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Howard B. Bluestein

the radar-observed process of cyclic tornado production, the following intriguing concurrent satellite observation is noted. At the time the cyclic tornadogenesis began, a thin line of cloud at the cirrus level and apparent in the visible satellite imagery ( Fig. 14 ) was noted extending from storm N southwestward through the Texas Panhandle into southeastern New Mexico. This line did not coincide with the location of the dryline as it was retreating westward ( Figs. 2c and 2d ). Cell N at 0130

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