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Thomas H. A. Frame, John Methven, Nigel M. Roberts, and Helen A. Titley

. 2005 ; Hawcroft et al. 2012 ). Therefore, the skill in predicting the location and intensity of these systems is of particular importance, their representation in models having implications for both weather and climate ( Zappa et al. 2013 ). A relatively recent development in the prediction of extratropical weather systems has been the application of objective identification and tracking of cyclonic features to global ensemble forecasting systems. In particular the methodology of Hewson and

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G. Lloyd, C. Dearden, T. W. Choularton, J. Crosier, and K. N. Bower

turned off completely. As a result a threshold value of 1 × 10 −4 s was maintained and used in this work. The 2D-S probe has a significantly higher resolution and frame rate than the CIP-15 and CIP-100 probes enabling it to provide more detailed images of hydrometeors. The higher resolution (at 10 μ m) and faster response (>10 times faster) makes the 2D-S generally more suitable for use in the classification of ice particle habits and in discriminating these from water drops in each of the cases

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