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David J. Purnell and Daniel J. Kirshbaum

(>3 km) typically exceeds the freezing level. For the WF3 example, the MFB correction is strongly positive over the KLGX2 and UPPER regions ( Figs. 5c,d ), yielding a more physically plausible precipitation field over the Olympics with a maximum on its southwestern slopes. b. 2D-VAR Additional small-scale corrections are carried out in close proximity to each surface gauge measurement using 2D variational data assimilation (2D-VAR), an optimal-estimation technique that accounts for errors in both

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