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Joseph P. Zagrodnik, Lynn A. McMurdie, Robert A. Houze Jr., and Simone Tanelli

modification of precipitation processes over West Coastal mountains (e.g., Anders et al. 2007 ; Hobbs et al. 1971 ; Houze et al. 1976 ; Hobbs 1978 ; Matejka et al. 1980 ; Bond et al. 1997 ; Ralph et al. 1999 ; Stoelinga et al. 2003 ; Houze and Medina 2005 ; Medina et al. 2007 ; Minder et al. 2008 ; Barrett et al. 2009 ; Viale et al. 2013 ; Massmann et al. 2017 ; Zagrodnik et al. 2018 ). Ground-based scanning radars have been especially valuable in determining the specific processes that lead

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Hannah C. Barnes, Joseph P. Zagrodnik, Lynn A. McMurdie, Angela K. Rowe, and Robert A. Houze Jr.

study. The Center for Severe Weather Research (CSWR) deployed one of its X-band National Science Foundation (NSF)-sponsored Doppler on Wheels (DOW) radars near Amanda Park, Washington (47.5°N, 123.9°W), in the foothills of the Olympic Mountains. The DOW was at an elevation of 72 m and approximately 45 km northeast of NPOL and D3R. This dual-polarization radar conducted RHI scans up the Quinault Valley and provided data at low levels in the valley below NPOL’s beam. The RHI scans conducted by NPOL, D

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