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Qing Yang, Larry K. Berg, Mikhail Pekour, Jerome D. Fast, Rob K. Newsom, Mark Stoelinga, and Catherine Finley

from the sonic anemometer at the 62-m height were used to determine static stability (SHF < −5 W m −2 is considered to be stable, and SHF > 10 W m −2 is considered to be unstable). As expected, in both model simulations and observations, stable conditions occur primarily at night and unstable conditions occur primarily during the day. b. Simulations The WRF model was configured to use the Goddard shortwave radiation scheme ( Chou and Suarez 1994 ) and the Rapid Radiative Transfer Model for

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