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Posted by: Colmait Offline Posted: Saturday, 28 September 2019 7:21:56 PM(UTC)
Originally Posted by: squall19 Go to Quoted Post
Thanks colmait and others contributing here.
Looks like l have some reading to do. Thanks for the link to the SEQ storm event as well. There is nothing better than seeing how a forecast pans out.
I have come to realize that becoming a storm analyst is not a short course. It is a specialist area that takes many years of experience. So l take my hat off to the experienced storm forecaster.
I will learn but it will be slowly.d'oh!

Hi squall19, I think you will pick it up easily and pretty quick. The 1st part of the sounding is a bit of a blah blah but it is important to know what those different lines are. They were the very basic terms, otherwise if I posted the full on explanation the post was really massive and sort of got bogged down.

The next part is where soundings gets fun and really interesting.

The main thing is never feel embarrassed at trying and learn from the mistakes if it goes wrong. BoM get it wrong. The best chasers in the US and in Australia get it wrong. The atmosphere changes every second. No storms are ever the same.

We just have to make it fun and we are all on the same playing field and on the same team. Dancing [

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