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TitleData, analyses, and software for the 12 May 2010 tornadic supercell storm intercepted near Clinton, Oklahoma by VORTEX2
AbstractThis dataset contains the raw, edited, and gridded mobile radar data (DOW6, DOW7, NOXP) and dual-Doppler wind syntheses that were the subject of the Markowski et al. (2018) study. That study analyzed the Clinton, Oklahoma, tornadic supercell storm intercepted by the Second Verification of the Origins of Rotation in Tornadoes Experiment (VORTEX2). The dataset also includes mobile mesonet data and the analysis software used for the study (mostly FORTRAN and MATLAB code). Additional documentation is provided in the README files that are contained in the zip file.
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Data DOIdoi:10.26208/8pb7-9383

Markowski, P.
Penn State Department of Meteorology
Hatlee, T. P.
Penn State Department of Meteorology
Richardson, Y. P.
Penn State Department of Meteorology

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Markowski, P. M., T. P. Hatlee, and Y. P. Richardson, 2018: Tornadogenesis in the 12 May 2010 supercell thunderstorm intercepted by VORTEX2 near Clinton, Oklahoma. Mon. Wea. Rev., 146, 3623–3650.