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Research Article

Nonlocal Inadvertent Weather Modification Associated with Wind Farms in the Central United States

Table 3

Average coefficient of determination (r2), average value with the ratio of significant cases (95% confidence), and largest perturbation to cyclone among midlatitude cyclones.

MetricAverage r2Average value (ratio of significance)Largest perturbation

Minimum mean sea-level pressure0.59000.1043 (5/6)+1.047 hPa
Maximum 10 m wind speed0.29840.2566 (2/6)+4.1922 m/s
Maximum 30-minute accumulated precipitation0.37130.1000 (2/6)+15.3757 mm
Maximum 2 m temperature0.48980.1513 (3/6)+0.520°C
Minimum 2 m temperature0.15330.4678 (1/6)−0.273°C
Maximum 2 m potential temperature0.43280.2110 (2/6)−0.139°C
Minimum 2 m potential temperature0.21720.2976 (1/6)+1.082°C
Maximum boundary layer height0.20540.3974 (1/6)+44.93 m
Maximum 2 m water vapor mixing ratio0.33720.2459 (3/6)+0.5536 g/kg

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