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Benjamin C. Trabing and Michael M. Bell

herein as outflow jets. It should be noted that the strong outflow from 1500 to 2100 LST 29 September can be attributed to the background easterlies and not from the circulation of Typhoon Kong-rey. Associated with the first diurnal pulse there is an increase in the height of precipitating clouds as rainbands moved into range of SEA-POL ( Figs. 12b–d ). Following the first pulse and associated outflow jet, there was a lull in the radial outflow and both a decrease in height and median reflectivity of

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