Case Studies on Convective Storms / Case Study 3, 8 June 1976: First Echo Case

Extensive coverage by three aircraft in the inflow region of a maturing storm highlighted the investigation of 8 June 1976. The synoptic conditions supported convection of moderate strength, with the activity initially forming and organizing northeast of Cheyenne. The data from the aircraft investigations are presented in relation to the radar data. The data show the interactions of individual cells with each other and with the storm mass to be varied and complex.

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Suggested Citation Breed, Daniel. (1979). Case Studies on Convective Storms / Case Study 3, 8 June 1976: First Echo Case. UCAR/NCAR - Library. http://n2t.net/ark:/85065/d79z9487. Accessed 15 June 2024.

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