107 =========== ---------- *AT* Ames, IA
for T-storm forecasting

145 =========== ---------- *AT* Avenal, CA
Seems to appear in other parameters.

161 =========== Vic Thompson *AT* Kars ON (Canada)
I like looking at this value, I don't know why, and it never really seems to be of significant enough value to affect soaring decisions. It is a kinda cool reading though.

166 =========== James Gaar *AT* Ottawa, KS
not tested

179 =========== ---------- *AT* Ellenville, NY near Wurtsboro, NY
Thunderstorms are not the big problem here that they are in the west and south. They almost always occur with cold fronts or on extremely hot, humid days.

221 =========== Bill Whelan *AT* FDK MD
Look at on high humidity days back east. Don't generally look except if concern about storm cells or making the decision to fly locally vs XC.

261 =========== ---------- *AT* Truckee/Minden
I pay attention to the numbers.

307 =========== ---------- *AT* Elko, BC
So far this parameter seems to be quite accurate in predicting severe thunderstorms.

316 =========== dan cole *AT* new castle, va
you should include a better explaination of many of your parameters.

411 =========== ---------- *AT* Brokenstraw P-15, Youngsville, PA
I have never used this.

468 =========== ---------- *AT* Austin, TX
Definitely useful in TX!

486 =========== Martin Hellman *AT* Hayward, CA
If I didn't already have as much info as I think I can reasonably assimilate, I'd probably learn what this means.

518 =========== George Hamilton *AT* Rancho Murieta, CA
We use this information to get an idea of the strength of the day's conditions- whether to fly or not.