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Research Article

Low-Level Polarimetric Radar Signatures in EnKF Analyses and Forecasts of the May 8, 2003 Oklahoma City Tornadic Supercell: Impact of Multimoment Microphysics and Comparisons with Observation

Figure 3

As in Figure 1, but for (left column) rain mean volume diameter (color fill, mm) and (right column) hail mean volume diameter (color fill, mm) for (a) and (b) 1 M, (c) and (d) 2 M, (e) and (f) 2 MSC, and (g) and (h) 3 M. In each panel, reflectivity is overlaid in 20 dBZ increments, starting at 10 dBZ (thin black contours). The 1.5 dB (bold black dashed) and 4.5 dB (bold black solid) contours are also shown in each panel for reference denoting the low- hail core and arc, respectively.
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