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Howard B. Bluestein

baroclinicity of this boundary was therefore a consequence of differential diabatic heating. Winds behind the dryline in the Texas and Oklahoma Panhandles backed between 1800 and 2100 UTC [central daylight time (CDT), the local time, is 5 h earlier], and after 0000 UTC most stations reported an easterly component ( Fig. 2d ) as the dryline retreated. The meteogram traces (not shown) at the Oklahoma mesonet station in Buffalo (in far northwestern Oklahoma, nearest to where storms later formed) indicated a

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