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Maria A. F. Silva Dias

raindrops. The entrainment of dry air will lead to the formation of cloud-scale downdrafts and the potential formation of damaging winds (e.g., James and Markowski 2010 ). Wind shear is a feature that is more intense in midlatitudes than in the tropics (e.g., Cotton and Anthes 1989 ), thus partially explaining why the Midwest of the United States has so many severe storms with associated tornadoes while more tropical regions have fewer tornado events. An investigation of the relationship between

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