This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grants ATM-9022846 and ATM-9509810 and Cooperative Agreements ATM-9104474 and ATM-9401117. We appreciate the assistance of V. N. Bringi in the processing and interpretation of the CP-2 radar observations. The 2D-P precipitation particle images were obtained with an instrument loaned by the Atmospheric Environment Service of Canada for use on the T-28 aircraft during CaPE.
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