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Tammy M. Weckwerth, Kristy J. Weber, David D. Turner, and Scott M. Spuler

forecasting skill and for obtaining improved accuracy in QPF skill. This latter report noted that “moisture and BL wind field observations are likely to be even more important on the mesoscale.” ( NRC 2012 , p. 87). Optimal temporal resolution requirements for profiling water vapor ranges from better than 1 h for monitoring purposes to better than 1 min for turbulence studies (e.g., Weckwerth et al. 1999 ; Turner et al. 2014 ; Wulfmeyer et al. 2015 ). The differential absorption lidar (DIAL) validated

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