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An Atmospheric Undular Bore along the Texas Coast

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  • 1 Department of Atmospheric Science, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado
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Abstract

An unusual cloud feature was noted over the south Texas coast on the morning of 14 March 1997. This feature shares some characteristics with the “morning glory” bores that are seen along the coast of northern Australia.

Corresponding author address: Mr. J. C. Clarke, Department of Geosciences, Northeast Louisiana University, Monroe, LA 71203.

Email: jclark@hurricane.net2.nlu.edu

Abstract

An unusual cloud feature was noted over the south Texas coast on the morning of 14 March 1997. This feature shares some characteristics with the “morning glory” bores that are seen along the coast of northern Australia.

Corresponding author address: Mr. J. C. Clarke, Department of Geosciences, Northeast Louisiana University, Monroe, LA 71203.

Email: jclark@hurricane.net2.nlu.edu

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