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Howard B. Bluestein

west), most of the dryline in the Texas and Oklahoma Panhandles was not marked by a band of well-defined convergence/confluence associated with a wind shift as there often is both with and in the absence of strong synoptic-scale forcing (e.g., Hane et al. 1997 ; Crawford and Bluestein 1997 ; Hane et al. 2001 ). The dewpoint increased with time at most mesonet sites in the region (not shown), especially after 2230 UTC, as moister air was advected westward. There was, however, a localized area of

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