Some Characteristics of Hail Process in Georgia and Azerbaijan on May 28, 2019

Avtandil G. Amiranashvili, Teimuraz G. Bliadze, Nino K. Jamrishvili, Eliso N. Kekenadze, Khatia Z. Tavidashvili, Mikheil N. Mitin

Abstract


The detailed information about such characteristics of hail process in Georgia and Azerbaijan on 28 May, 2019 as:  the maximum diameter of hail stones in the cloud and on the earth's surface, trajectory and velocity of the migration of convective cells with the maximum size of hail stones, the rate of growth in the maximum size of hail stones in cloud, etc. is presented.

In particular, the connections of the speed of migration of convective cells and maximum size of hail stones with the height of area relief are established.  The comparison of the data about the rate of growth in the hail stones in the actual conditions with previously obtained analogous data under laboratory conditions for the uncharged cloud medium, they showed the satisfactory agreement between them.


Keywords


Radar monitoring, dangerous meteorological processes, hail, precipitation

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