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Since the updraft is basic to severe storms, one of the first steps was to utilize a simple updraft model to compute estimates of the cloud environment in the inner core of a severe storm. This one-dimensional, steady-state, loaded moist adiabatic (LMA) model cannot be expected to represent the storm updraft at all times. Nevertheless, it should yield first estimates of the maximum values of the cloud parameters for a steady-state storm. A comparison between computed and maximum radar-observed storm tops for 29 Alberta hailstorms has shown good agreement, which implies that the computed vertical velocities and water contents are also likely to be in reasonable agreement.

PPI sections at 1659 MST 27 June 1967, at elevation angles from 0°-5°. Note the notch-shaped \VER at P and 2° and the existence of two Z, maxima. Lines AB and CD indicate cross section axes for Figs. 48 and 49. 0 0 2 4 HORIZONTAL 6 8 DISTANCE 10 12 ( km) FIG. 49. As in Fig. 48 except for airflow normal to the plane of storm motion, viewed looking upstream. Inflow air is shown to enter on the right-hand flank, ascending almost vertically to the storm top. A Z, maximum from the dissipating stage of cell 2 is seen on the left-hand side of the storm.

An examination of the WER as a function of time provides clues regarding the time rate of change of the updraft structure. A consistent, long-lasting WER accompanied by a near constant storm top is evidence of a steady-state or near-steady-state storm airflow. On the other hand, a WER which develops and decays rapidly with a similar pattern displayed by the storm top and z. maximum is indicative of a short-lived updraft system. 2 8~ 9 110 o• I FIG. 36. Relative wind hodograph for 2022 MST, 28 July 1968.

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