Looking for Soundings from the past week or so??

http://www.unidata.ucar.edu/software/gempa...al/nsharp2.html

On the Skew-t diagram, temperature is represented by the red line, dewpoint is represented by green, wet-bulb temperature by the cyan line, and virtual temperature by the dashed red line. The lifted parcel profile is shown using the dashed white line.

Note that for the postscript output, the parcel line cannot be white on a white background, so the parcel is instead given a dark red color.

Glen
 
Nice link!!!
Those SPC Skew-T's to me, IMHO, are easier to read and understand than the ones found elsewhere on the net. Page bookmarked :)
 
Thank you Ronnie and thank you Nick and Glen. Based on the PDF it would seem that the virtual temperature correction, if not made, can introduce pretty large errors into the forecast. They suggested using the most unstable parcel from the lowest 300mb.

Any opinions on this method?
 
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