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Alexandre O. Fierro, Robert F. Rogers, Frank D. Marks, and David S. Nolan

nested domain configuration: While the parent and nested domains were fixed to cover the same geographical area, the horizontal grid spacing of the parent (i.e., outer) domain was systematically varied such that the horizontal grid spacing of the inner nest ranged between 1 and 5 km by increments of 1 km. In other words, our study consists of a set of five numerical simulations, referred to as the 15–5-, 12–4-, 9–3-, 6–2-, and 3–1-km cases, respectively, whose domains all cover the same area for

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.The geographic distribution of the reports is shown infigure 1. Unfortunately, the scale of the map does notpermit the diverse and complex topography of the islandsto be depicted. The clustering along the south shore ofOahu and through its central saddle is almost certainly1110re of demographic, than of meteorological, significance.In fact, the plotted symbols pretty well reflect the loca-tion of weather stations and the population density-arelationship noted, also, in the continental United Stat,es.This is

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Philip T. Bergmaier, Bart Geerts, Leah S. Campbell, and W. James Steenburgh

velocity field, since typical roll angles were relatively small. Fig . 1. Topographic maps showing (a) the WRF domains with 30-arc-s topography (m MSL, color filled following scale at bottom), and (b) model topography from the 1.33-km domain (m MSL) centered on the region surrounding Lake Ontario. Sounding sites, the location of the KTYX radar, and geographic features are shown in (b). Following these corrections, an estimated hydrometeor fall speed can be removed to obtain an estimate of the air

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