Case Studies on Convective Storms / Case Study 2, 22 July 1976: First Echo Case

This is one of a series of documents reporting data on aircraft penetrations in convective clouds, ranging from cumulus congestus to thunderstorms, in northeastern Colorado and adjacent portions of Wyoming and Nebraska. The data suggest that the precipitation process was well-developed during the sailplane penetration of the two cells, which took place 15-35 minutes past the initial formation of the -5 dBZ reflectivity level.

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Author Breed, Daniel
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Suggested Citation Breed, Daniel. (1978). Case Studies on Convective Storms / Case Study 2, 22 July 1976: First Echo Case. UCAR/NCAR - Library. Accessed 02 October 2023.

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