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A Statistical Study of Dependence of Hailstorm Severity on Environmental Conditions Public Deposited

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  • Rawinsonde observations taken during the National Hail Research Experiment are analyzed by multiple-linear regression techniques to study the influence of environmental factors on hailstorm severity. The latter is inferred from integrated radar returns. The roles of mixed-layer flow and thermodynamic properties as well as upper tropospheric kinematic properties are emphasized. The low-level properties are found to be more important discriminators of storm severity over the High Plains.
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  • This research was supported by NHRE Contract 20-74 and Grant ATM77-076623 from the Meteorology Program of the National Science Foundation.
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