Most of the research reported here was presented in the Ph.D. thesis of JRA and performed with the support of NOAA Grants NA16WN0351 and NA46WP0228. The reviews of Stanley Changnon, Kenneth Kunkel, and Wayne Wendland were much appreciated.
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