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Robert Conrick and Clifford F. Mass

simulate this spatial variation in hydrometeor profiles. For example, in contrast to WRF simulations, DPR profiles had greater reflectivity values over land than water. Model performance was also evaluated by dividing the analysis period into prefrontal, warm, or postfrontal storm sectors based on integrated vapor transport (IVT), as in McMurdie et al. (2018) . Considering frequency distributions and vertical hydrometeor profiles, postfrontal sectors exhibited the greatest degree of agreement between

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Robert Conrick, Clifford F. Mass, and Qi Zhong

simulated waves did influence model microphysics and precipitation. Future work will focus on describing, quantifying, and evaluating the simulated microphysical processes that operate in simulated waves. Acknowledgments This research was supported by the National Science Foundation through Grant AGS-1349847. The authors would also like to thank three anonymous reviewers for their comments and suggestions, as well as Hannah Barnes, Robert Houze, Lynn McMurdie, and Joe Zagrodnik for the productive

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