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Howard B. Bluestein

( Fig. 4b ). However, as the low-level jet (LLJ) appeared just after 0000 UTC, the 500-m and 1-km winds increased from ∼7.5–10 m s −1 from the south or southwest to 15 m s −1 from the south-southeast ( Fig. 4a ). Thus, the appearance of the LLJ resulted in a marked increase in low-level shear (below 2–3 km AGL). The 0000 UTC DDC hodograph was similar to the 0100 UTC Haviland, Kansas (HVL), hodograph, the latter of which was representative of the environment nearer to and just upstream from the

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