Hurricane Field Program Update — Friday, September 13, 2019, 11pm EDT

NOAA42 recently completed an EMC-tasked mission into what is now Tropical Storm Humberto.  The data from the mission was integral in upgrading the system from a tropical depression.  The aircraft will conduct a second such mission on 14 September, departing Lakeland around 5 pm EDT (2100 UTC) and returning there 4.5 hours later.  The aircraft will sample Humberto in a butterfly pattern, and the south-to-north leg to the east will sample the region during an overpass of the Atmospheric Dynamics Mission Aeolus satellite to help validate its data.  A third mission the next day is also planned.

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DISCLAIMER: The above discussion is intended to provide a brief summary of recent and future HRD Hurricane Field Program Operations. Any use of this material beyond its original intent is prohibited without permission of the HRD Director. Media inquiries should be directed to Erica Rule (305-361-4541) or Erica.Rule@noaa.gov, Monica Allen (301-734-1123) or Monica.Allen@noaa.gov.

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