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Karen A. Kosiba, Joshua Wurman, Kevin Knupp, Kyle Pennington, and Paul Robinson

s −1 and pressure drops of ~0.6–1 mb. In contrast to Inoue et al. (2011) and M17 , as one of the vortices made landfall, the tangential velocities were observed to increase, which was attributed to an increase in stretching as a result of increased convergence and a decrease in vortex radius. Since many of these vortices are observed over open water, the behavior of the vortex line as it interacts with a change in underlying surface and the internal thermodynamics of the snowbands remain

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