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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 5

Ensemble probability of vertical vorticity exceeding 0.01 s−1 (color fill) for the forecast period 2200–2300 UTC at (left column) the surface and (right column) 1 km AGL for each of the four ensemble forecast experiments: (a) and (b) 1 M, (c) and (d) 2 M, (e) and (f) 2 MSC, and (g) and (h) 3 M. Also overlaid in each panel is the observed May 8, 2003 F4 tornado track (bold line) and Oklahoma county boundaries (thin gray lines).
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