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Isentropic Analysis of a Dry Line Bulge and the Real Weather Implications By Mark L. Bogner Assistant Chief Meteorologist KSNW-TV, Wichita
Already Known About Dry Line Bulges develop when short wave comes out Dry line may surge as well Favored area for severe weather development Especially just along and north of the axis of the bulge
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