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David O. Blanchard

. Forecasting , 23 , 825 – 837 . Keighton, S. , and Passetti V. , 1998 : Anticipation and observation of a northern Arizona supercell over high terrain . Preprints, 16th Conf. on Weather Analysis and Forecasting , Phoenix, AZ, Amer. Meteor. Soc., 124–126 . Lemon, L. R. , and Doswell C. A. III , 1979 : Severe thunderstorm evolution and mesocyclone structure as related to tornadogenesis . Mon. Wea. Rev. , 107 , 1184 – 1197 . Maddox, R. A. , 1976 : An evaluation of tornado proximity wind

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John A. Hart
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Ariel E. Cohen

year. While the physical laws governing severe storm development are invariable, the forecast utility of parameters that only partially represent these laws may certainly be variable, especially considering the wide array of convective modes that either support or inhibit tornadogenesis (e.g., Smith et al. 2012 ; Thompson et al. 2012 ; Edwards et al. 2012 ). More specifically, the relevance of a given parameter during one season in terms of anticipating downstream severe thunderstorm occurrence

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