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Ryan D. Torn

their evolution, the sensitivity of 12- and 48-h MKE forecasts is computed with respect to the analysis of the 700-hPa meridional wind and the equivalent potential temperature ( θ e ) averaged between 3000 and 7000 m (i.e., midtroposphere). Although θ e is not a WRF state variable, this field allows for a quantitative comparison of the role of thermodynamic errors versus kinematic errors. In general, locations that are sensitive to θ e are sensitive to both the temperature and moisture (not

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