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Sean M. Wile, Joshua P. Hacker, and Kenneth H. Chilcoat

simulation Ensemble simulations show a shallow cool layer at the surface and southerly winds above. Southerly warm-air advection above the surface overran the cold pool and strengthened the inversion. Some light precipitation moistened the boundary layer and preceded observations of dense fog. The WRF ensemble forecast simulated key aspects of the dense fog event. Figure 3 shows ensemble-mean 3-hourly profiles of temperature over KSLC, and Fig. 4 shows the model lowest-layer ensemble-mean water vapor

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