(Storm Chaser)
Thu Jul 14 2005 09:37 PM
Re: convective diurnal maximum

ooh this is a toughy and extremely complex.

Here's an presentation

Common in the winter time in area's of low vorticity, little lift and some light to moderate shear. It is very unique mesoscale banding feature, and can result in very heavy snowfall in the winter due to the weak steering regime.

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