Enhanced IR Step 2C
EIR "EYE" Pattern (Continued-2): EYE ADJUSTMENT #



NOTES:
  • Each abbreviation on the EIR Eye adjustment chart comes from the BD enhancement curve, which Dvorak developed and used for EIR analysis on Tropical Cyclones (TC). 
  • Each color is directly correlated to a temperature range.
  • It is standard to use these shortened color terms rather that the temperature values themselves in TC Analysis.  
  • Find the shade of the coldest ring completely surrounding the eye (without respect to embedded distance). 
  • MUST USE BD CURVE!


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    • Determine the warmest shade in the eye and the shade of the coldest ring surrounding the eye.
    • Apply these shades  to the Eye Adjustment table. 
    • You should get a -1.0, -0.5, 0.0, 0.5 or 1.0 . 
    • Do not use for eyes 45nm diameter or larger.
    • For elongated eyes, subtract 0.5 if none subtracted by chart.
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    you enter this information 
    into your Dvorak Worksheet
     
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