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Brian J. Carroll, Belay B. Demoz, David D. Turner, and Ruben Delgado

and wind lidars over Europe (without an LLJ) to evaluate ECMWF forecast model performance, showing a model wet bias of 17%. Passive ground-based sensors such as the atmospheric emitted radiance interferometer (AERI; Turner and Löhnert 2014 ) have also contributed to studies of LLJ thermodynamics and interactions with the stable boundary layer ( Bonin et al. 2015 ; Toms et al. 2017 ; Johnson et al. 2018 ; Lin et al. 2019 ). These observational studies have been complemented by modeling studies

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Dylan W. Reif and Howard B. Bluestein

.0.CO;2 . 10.1175/1520-0450(1985)024<1048:TDVOTA>2.0.CO;2 Fabry , F. , 2012 : Daily and annual cycles of precipitation and convection over the continental United States. Proc. Seventh European Conf. on Radar in Meteorology and Hydrology , Toulouse, France, Météo-France, 5 pp. [Available online at http://www.meteo.fr/cic/meetings/2012/ERAD/extended_abs/RCS_089_ext_abs.pdf .] Fritsch , J. M. , R. J. Kane , and C. R. Chelius , 1986 : The contribution of mesoscale convective weather systems

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