We gratefully acknowledge the contribution of the T-REX scientists, forecasters, staff, and NCAR staff and flight crews. The first two authors acknowledge support through the Office of Naval Research’s Program Element 0601153N. Prof. Smith’s research was supported by a grant to Yale University from the National Science Foundation (NSF Grant ATM-112354). In the early stages of this work, Prof. Grubišić was supported by an NSF Grant ATM-0524891 to the Desert Research Institute. Computational resources were supported in part by a grant of HPC time from the Department of Defense Major Shared Resource Centers, Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. COAMPS is a registered trademark of the Naval Research Laboratory.
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