Wet Bulb Zero Painting by Kelly Brumfield-Woods

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Wet Bulb Zero

Kelly Brumfield-Woods

United States

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Size: 12 W x 12 H x 1 D in

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Painting: Acrylic, Glitter on Canvas.

From the weather series for a show in 2016. Wet Bulb Zero is the height where the wet-bulb temperature goes below 0°C. It is important because WBZ heights between 7000 ft and 10,500 ft (above ground level) correlate well with large hail at the surface when storms develop in an airmass primed for strong convection. Higher values infer mid and upper level stability and also indicate a large melting area for falling hail. Lower WBZ heights indicate that the low level atmosphere is often too cool and stable to support large hail.Obviously, this painting has nothing to do with hail but I like weather.


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