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Jake P. Mulholland, Stephen W. Nesbitt, Robert J. Trapp, and John M. Peters

forcing owing to the stronger deep-layer wind shear in the higher-terrain supercell inflow may have also resulted in the stronger upward vertical velocities, especially in the low to midlevels (e.g., Weisman and Rotunno 2000 ; Peters et al. 2019b , 2020b ). Overall, these results suggest that terrain-induced variations to vertical wind profiles were mainly responsible for the differences noted in convective morphology as compared to terrain induced thermodynamic variations, in line with conclusions

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