The authors thank V. Nadolski, ASOS Program Manager from 1993 to 1999, and M. Laster, M. D. Gifford, and R. Parry of the ASOS Program Office; R. Lewis of the SRDC; Dr. G. Carter, Chief, Science Services Division, NWS Eastern Region; N. Lott, S. Doty, and A. Holbrooks of NCDC; B. Childs, R. Wnek, D. Giles, J. Dover, L. Winans, D. Kaplan, and K. Weir of Raytheon ITSS and SAIC; K. Rancourt of KMWO; D. Jackson and L. Krynski of Goodrich Sensors Systems, K. Claffey of CRREL; and NWS WFOs, including J. Waldstreicher, P. Ahnert, and R. Hudgins of KBGM, R. LaPlante, C. Spicer, R. Ebert, L. Willard, and B. Mitchell of KCLE, J. Ronco of KGYX, P. Sisson of KBTV, and W. Drag of KBOX. This project was jointly funded by all of the above organizations, at CRREL by the Work Unit “Icing and Ice Adhesion Fundamentals,” and at CRREL, Raytheon ITSS, and SAIC under NWS contract. Opinions expressed in this paper are solely those of the authors and do not represent an official position or endorsement by the U.S. government.
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