• Murillo, E. M., and C. R. Homeyer, 2019: Severe hail fall and hailstorm detection using remote sensing observations. J. Appl. Meteor. Climatol., 58, 947970, https://doi.org/10.1175/JAMC-D-18-0247.1.

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  • 1 School of Meteorology, University of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma
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Corresponding author: Elisa Murillo, murillem@ou.edu

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Corresponding author: Elisa Murillo, murillem@ou.edu

Murillo and Homeyer (2019) introduced revised fits between the radar maximum expected size of hail (MESH) parameter and the severe hail index (SHI). However, the coefficients included in the text for these fits were incorrect. All of the analyses presented therein used the correct coefficients. The incorrect equations as given in section 3c of Murillo and Homeyer (2019) are
MESH75=16.566(SHI)0.181and
MESH95=17.270(SHI)0.272.
The corrected equations are
MESH75=15.096(SHI)0.206and
MESH95=22.157(SHI)0.212.

Acknowledgments

Thanks are given to Nathan Wendt from the NOAA Storm Prediction Center for bringing this error to our attention.

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Murillo, E. M., and C. R. Homeyer, 2019: Severe hail fall and hailstorm detection using remote sensing observations. J. Appl. Meteor. Climatol., 58, 947970, https://doi.org/10.1175/JAMC-D-18-0247.1.

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