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Philip T. Bergmaier and Bart Geerts

of airborne radar and lidar observations of a New York Finger Lakes LE snow event. The observations are unique in the sense that airborne measurements of any kind within LE cloud bands have generally been obtained from bands over the much larger Great Lakes, primarily Lake Michigan (e.g., Passarelli and Braham 1981 ; Kelly 1982 , 1984 ; Braham 1990 ; Chang and Braham 1991 ; Braham et al. 1992 ; Braham and Dungey 1995 ; Kristovich et al. 2003 ; Schroeder et al. 2006 ; Yang and Geerts 2006

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Dan Welsh, Bart Geerts, Xiaoqin Jing, Philip T. Bergmaier, Justin R. Minder, W. James Steenburgh, and Leah S. Campbell

. 2. Terrain map near eastern Lake Ontario including the UWKA flight track on 11 Dec 2013, and instrument sites. Tracks defined by the meridional flight legs are identified, along with the number of passes over each track. Solid flight track sections are within 15 km of MRR sites. The color code identifying specific tracks will be used later in the paper. Table 1. Snow water equivalent (SWE) accumulation as observed by NCEP stage IV, automated observations, and manual measurements at sites inland

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