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Qing Yang, Larry K. Berg, Mikhail Pekour, Jerome D. Fast, Rob K. Newsom, Mark Stoelinga, and Catherine Finley

) was used for the three main simulations. The effects of changing the LSM were tested with 10-day sensitivity simulations using the six-layer Rapid Update Cycle (RUC; Skamarock et al. 2008 ) LSM and the two-layer Pleim–Xiu (PX) LSM ( Pleim and Xiu 1995 ; Xiu and Pleim 2001 ) with selected PBL schemes. The model domain ( Fig. 2 ) was centered on the CBWES site. The three domains had respective horizontal spacings of 12, 4, and 1.3 km. The model was configured with 55 vertical layers, providing

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