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Conclusions

  • Cool temps aloft combined with large CAPE in the hail growth zone promoted the development of large hail.

    • Prolific hail producer for the BGM CWA.
  • Although strong winds and dry air existed at midlevels, down-shear storm relative winds advected clouds and precipitation ahead of the convective cells.

    • The clouds and precipitation stabilized the low-level airmass, mitigating the strong wind threat.


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