We thank everyone at the National Center for Atmospheric Research who contributed to the Hawaiian Rainband Project data acquisition and processing. We also thank Neil Laird at the Illinois State Water Survey and Jack Su at the University of Illinois for their contributions and L. J. Miller and Bill Anderson of the National Center for Atmospheric Research for their assistance with the radar data. Computing time was provided by the National Center for Atmospheric Research, which is sponsored by the National Science Foundation. This research was sponsored by the National Science Foundation under Grants NSF ATM 9020245 and NSF ATM 9223165.
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