This research was supported by NSF Grant AGS-1160737 and the NCAR 2016 SIParCS internship program. The authors would like to gratefully acknowledge the support of ASU LightWorks and the Navy Neptune program. The authors would also like to thank Richard Loft for his valuable inputs and suggestions during the Meteo-AR application development.
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