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Dylan W. Reif and Howard B. Bluestein

−1 , then it takes just over 2.5 h to travel 100 km. The Rossby radius of deformation is used to identify objectively what may be considered “pristine” convection (convection that is not influenced by other neighboring convective storms). For this study, CI events that occurred within 100 km and within 3 h of the main event are counted as the same event. Fig . 1. The area of concern (outlined in the dashed gray box). The locations of NWS sounding stations used are denoted by the gray dots. Night

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