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Benjamin A. Schenkel, Roger Edwards, and Michael Coniglio
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Brandon R. Smith, Thea Sandmæl, Matthew C. Mahalik, Kimberly L. Elmore, Darrel M. Kingfield, Kiel L. Ortega, and Travis M. Smith
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Brian J. Squitieri and William A. Gallus Jr.

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An error was discovered in the code used to calculate neighborhood equitable threat scores (nETSs) in Squitieri and Gallus. Replicating results with the error corrected revealed that most of the conclusions from Squitieri and Gallus remained the same, but with one significant new finding and one notable change in results. In the original manuscript, very few correlations between MCS QPF skill and LLJ forecast accuracy could be denoted among weakly forced cases, with none of them being statistically significant. Applying the aforementioned correction, it was found that QPF skill during the mature stage of MCSs significantly correlated with moisture forecast accuracy within developing LLJs for weakly forced events. It was also found that correlations between MCS QPF skill and LLJ potential temperature forecast accuracy occurred earlier in the evening.

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Alexandra K. Anderson-Frey, Yvette P. Richardson, Andrew R. Dean, Richard L. Thompson, and Bryan T. Smith
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Burkely T. Gallo, Adam J. Clark, and Scott R. Dembek
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Shawn M. Milrad, John R. Gyakum, Kelly Lombardo, and Eyad H. Atallah
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Yunji Zhang, Zhiyong Meng, Fuqing Zhang, and Yonghui Weng
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F. Anthony Eckel, Mark S. Allen, and Matthew C. Sittel
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Mark S. Allen and F. Anthony Eckel
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Oreste Reale, K. M. Lau, and Arlindo da Silva
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