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Scott M. Steiger, Tyler Kranz, and Theodore W. Letcher

observations were taken (the Henderson Harbor site and NR). Two additional important parameters that were analyzed include vertically integrated liquid water and water vapor amounts, which aid in assessing the presence of supercooled water in the lake-effect clouds. These data were collected at Sandy Creek and were made available at 1-min intervals during both IOP5 and IOP7 using the MIPS Microwave Profiling Radiometer [MPR; see Karan and Knupp (2006 ) for details]. In situ probes [Gerber Scientific, Inc

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