A Note on Several Low-Layer Features of Hurricane Eloise (1975)

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  • 1 National Hurricane and Experimental Meteorology Laboratory, NOAA, Coral Gables, Fla. 33124
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Abstract

Low-level flight data from a small cloud-free area along the periphery of Hurricane Eloise (1975) reveal the existence of a well-mixed boundary layer which is capped by a near-isothermal layer. The isothermal layer is probably created by the combined effect of subsiding air and surface-induced turbulence.

Abstract

Low-level flight data from a small cloud-free area along the periphery of Hurricane Eloise (1975) reveal the existence of a well-mixed boundary layer which is capped by a near-isothermal layer. The isothermal layer is probably created by the combined effect of subsiding air and surface-induced turbulence.

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