Hydrometeor Classification Algorithms, hail detection, weather radar, dual polarimetric variables, fuzzy logic
This poster highlights how active remote sensors such as weather radar are completely useful for hail detection given its feature and the information they produce. Hail detection is already well studied by the atmospheric scientific community and dual polarimetric variables values for hail signature are presented according to those advances. Then, a supervised classification technique is showed to illustrated how machine learning can be integrated to radar information for automatic hail detection. However, this fuzzy logic algorithm has the capability to distinguish between meteorological and non-meteorological echoes. This automatic information might help forecasters from National Weather Services – NWS to issue early warnings about hail.
Atmospheric Sciences | Meteorology | Numerical Analysis and Scientific Computing | Signal Processing
Bureau of Education and Cultural Affairs (ECA) of the U.S. Department of State
Ladino Rincon, Alfonso, "Hail Detection Using Dual Polarization Weather Radar" (2020). English Language Institute. 96.
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