ERTH 465: Synoptic/Mesoscale Meteorology of the Middle Latitudes
SFSU, Fall 2017
Topics, Handouts, Assignments
Prof. John Monteverdi
Dept. of Earth & Climate Sciences
Links Links
Some Resources

Forecast Products

Radar and Satellite

Sounding Sources

Special Information Graded Assignments Graded Quizzes, Exams, and Labs

Inclass Excercises

Homeworks

  • Homework 1 and Key: Review of ERTH 260 Material
    (Avg. 93.2; High 100, Low 84)
  • Homework 2: and Key: Deterministic Temperature Forecasting Using Simplified Temperature Tendency Equation (Avg. 95; High 100, Low 90)
  • Homework 3 and Key The Human Element in Weather Forecasting(Avg. 98.2; High 100, Low 94)
  • Homework 4 and Key: Thinking About Material in Textbooks (Due Tuesday 19 September 2017)

 

Quizzes

Quiz #1 and Key(Avg. 38.4; High 46, Low 17)

Tests

Labs


 

Week of Topics

Reading, Lab, In-Class Exercise or
Written Assignment

Readings are chosen carefully, and are focussed. Stull readings are more terse, advanced and quantitative...we will do some of the numerical problems in Stull.

September 19

Inclass Activities of the Day

September 12

Inclass Activities of the Day

Assignments

September 5

Inclass Activities of the Day

Assignments

August 29

Inclass Activities of the Day

Assignments

  • Inclass Exercises:

  • Laboratory
    • Lab Exercise 1: Temperature Tendency Equation and Temperature Advection (Due Tuesday 5 September 2017)

  • Homework
    • Homework 2: Deterministic Temperature Forecasting Using Simplified Temperature Tendency Equation (Due Tuesday 5 September 2017)

  • Readings for Week through September 7
August 24

 

Inclass Activities of the Day

Assignments

  • Inclass Exercises:

    Homework

    • Homework 1: Review of ERTH 260 Material
      (Due Tuesday 29 August 2017)

    Laboratory

    • Lab Exercise 1: Lagrangian and Eulieran Derivatives and the Temperature Tendency Equation: A Deterministic Way to Forecast Temperature(Not Assigned Yet)