We would like to thank Dr. J. K. Hall for providing us with the digitized topographical data, the Mekorot Water Company of Israel for their partial support of this work, and Professor P. Alpert for providing us with the ECMWF objective analysis data. Thanks are also due to Mr. and Mrs. L. Ross for their continued support of the work in the laboratory.
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