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Benjamin C. Trabing and Michael M. Bell

3 October while a broad distribution of upper-level clouds were prevalent overhead. Radiosondes were both objectively and subjectively quality controlled following the procedures of Ciesielski et al. (2012) . In addition to the soundings, we incorporate observations from a radiometer measuring downward solar fluxes and a high spectral resolution lidar (HSRL) which is used to estimate cloud base height. We use the HSRL backscatter at 10-min temporal and 60-m vertical intervals. Together, these

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