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David A. R. Kristovich, Richard D. Clark, Jeffrey Frame, Bart Geerts, Kevin R. Knupp, Karen A. Kosiba, Neil F. Laird, Nicholas D. Metz, Justin R. Minder, Todd D. Sikora, W. James Steenburgh, Scott M. Steiger, Joshua Wurman, and George S. Young

. Data are unavailable in the lowest few 100 m above ground. The dashed black line shows the 3 km MSL height for reference. This figure is adapted from Minder et al. (2015 , their Fig. 6). IOP 7: LLAP system event. On 7 January 2014, the coldest Arctic air of the winter season to that point (surface air temperatures ranging from –19° to –10°C) moved southward over the Great Lakes region, setting the stage for a prolific (see sidebar discussing the extreme snowfalls during OWLeS) and long-lived lake

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