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Coleman, T. A., K. R. Knupp, an P. T. Pangle, 2021: The effects of heterogeneous surface roughness on boundary-layer kinematics and wind shear.  Electronic J. Severe Storms Meteor., 16 (3), 1–29.

Dostalek, J. F., L. D. Grasso, Y.-J. Noh, T.-C Wu, J. W. Zeitler, H. G. Weinman, A. E. Cohen., and D. T. Lindsey, 2021: Using GOES ABI split-window radiances to retrieve daytime low-level water vapor for convective forecastingElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.16 (2), 1-19.

Morris, M. T., K. A. Brewster, and F. H. Carr, 2021: Electronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.16 (1), 1-39.

Lewis, J. M., S. Lakshmivarahan, J. Hu, and R. Rabin, 2020: Electronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.15 (4), 1-20.

Baerg, B. M., W. P. Gargan, A. E. Cohen, R. L. Thompson, B. T. Smith, A. P. Gerard, C. J. Schultz, L. A. Kelly, and H. V. Nepaul, 2020: Radar-based, storm-scale circulation and tornado-probability tendencies preceding tornadogenesis in Kansas and NebraskaElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.15 (3), 1-23.

Grasso, L., and Coauthors, 2020: Application of the GOES-16 Advanced Baseline Imager: Morphology of a preconvective environment on 17 April 2019Electronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.15 (2), 1-24.

Klepatski, J. P., and S. M. Milrad, 2020: Composite Analysis of Cool-Season Florida Tornado OutbreaksElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.15 (1), 1-34.

Coleman, T. A., K. R. Knupp, J. P. Dice, K. Laws, and C. Darden, 2019: Electronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.14 (4), 1-24.

Lyza, A. W., R. Castro, E. Lenning, M. T. Friedlein, B. S. Borchardt, A. W. Clayton, and K. R. Knupp, 2019: A multi-platform reanalysis of the Kankakee Valley tornado cluster on 30 June 2014Electronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.14 (3), 1-64.

Carroll-Smith, D. L., L. C. Dawson, and R. J. Trapp, 2019: High-resolution real-data WRF modeling and verification of tropical cyclone tornadoes associated with Hurricane Ivan (2004)Electronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.14 (2), 1-36.

Beveridge, S. L., J. L. Houser, and S. R. Marzola, 2019: A statistical evaluation of tornado-production tendencies of southernmost supercells compared to adjacent supercells in a north-south-oriented lineElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.14 (1), 1-33.

Coleman, T. A., A. W. Lyza, K. R. Knupp, K. Laws, and W. Wyatt, 2018: A significant tornado in a heterogeneous environment during VORTEX-SEElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.13 (2), 1-25.

Ortega, K. L., 2018: Evaluating multi-radar, multi-sensor products for surface hail-fall diagnosis. Electronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.13 (1), 1-36.

Davies, J. M., 2017: Meteorological setting for a catastrophic event: The deadly Joplin tornado of 22 May 2011. Electronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.12 (3), 1-23.

Lyza, A. W., A. W. Clayton, K. R. Knupp, E. Lenning, M. T. Friedlein, R. Castro, and E. S. Bentley, 2017: Analysis of mesovortex characteristics, behavior, and interactions during the second 30 June-1 July 2014 midwestern derecho event. Electronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.12 (2), 1-33.

Zenoble, M. D., and C. J. Peterson, 2017: Remotely visible width and discontinuity of 50 tornado damage paths through forested landscapesElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.12 (1), 1-21.

Lanicci, J. M., 2016: A multi-scale analysis of the atmospheric conditions associated with the Daytona Beach tornado of Christmas Day 2006Electronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.11 (5), 1-44.

Lewis, J. M., S. Lakshmivarahan, J. Hu, R. Edwards, R. A. Maddox, R. L. Thompson, and S. F. Corfidi, 2016: Ensemble forecasting of return flow over the Gulf of MexicoElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor., 11 (4), 1-26.

Houston, A. L., 2016: The sensitivity of deep ascent of cold-pool air to vertical shear and cold-pool buoyancyElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor., 11 (3), 1-29.

Rigo, T., and N. Pineda, 2016: Inferring the severity of a multicell thunderstorm evolving to supercell, by means of radar and total lightningElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor., 11 (2), 1-27.

Bentley, E. S., and J. Logsdon, 2016: An examination of the mesoscale environment and evolution of the northern Indiana/northwest Ohio derecho of 29 June 2012Electronic J. Severe Storms Meteor., 11 (1), 1-25.

Allen, J. T., and M. K. Tippett, 2015: The characteristics of United States hail reports: 1955-2014Electronic J. Severe Storms Meteor., 10 (3), 1-31.

Carlaw, L. B., J. A. Brotzge, and F. H. Carr, 2015: Investigating the impacts of assimilating surface observations on high-resolution forecasts of the 15 May 2013 tornado eventElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor., 10 (2), 1-34.

Obermeier, H. M. and M. R. Anderson, 2015: Verification and analysis of impact-based tornado warnings in the Central Region of the National Weather ServiceElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor., 10 (1), 1-20.

Johnson, A. W., and K. E. Sugden, 2014: Evaluation of sounding-derived thermodynamic and wind-related parameters associated with large hail eventsElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.9 (5), 1-42.

Coffer, B. E., 2014: Would "tornado-preventing" walls work? Electronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.9 (4), 1-13.

Van Den Broeke, M. S., 2014: Effects of mid- and upper-level dry layers on microphysics of simulated supercell stormsElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.9 (3), 1-29.

Lindley, T. T., G. P. Murdoch, J. L. Guyer, G. D. Skwira, K. J. Schneider, S. R. Nagle, K. M. Van Speybroeck, B. R. Smith, and M.-J. Beierle, 2014: Southern Great Plains wildfire outbreaksElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.9 (2), 1-43.

Andretta, T. A., 2014: Topographic sensitivity of the Snake River Plain Convergence Zone of eastern Idaho. Part II: Numerical simulationsElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.9 (1), 1-33.

Widen, H. M., and Coauthors, 2013: Adjusted tornado probabilitiesElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.8 (7), 1-12.

Hodanish, S. J., E. Williams, and B. Boldi, 2013: Early history of using total lightning data at NWS Melbourne, FloridaElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.8 (6), 1-26.

Thompson, R. L., B. T. Smith, A. R. Dean, and P. T. Marsh, 2013: Spatial distributions of tornadic near-storm environments by convective modeElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.8 (5), 1-22.

Milrad, S. M., and C. M. Kelly, 2013: Synoptic-scale precursors, characteristics and typing of nocturnal mesoscale convective complexes in the Great PlainsElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.8 (4), 1-59.

Garner, J. M., 2013: A study of synoptic-scale tornado regimesElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.8 (3), 1-25.

Johns, R. H., D. W. Burgess, C. A. Doswell III, M. S. Gilmore, J. A. Hart, and S. F. Piltz, 2013: The 1925 Tri-State tornado damage path and associated storm systemElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.8 (2), 1-33.

Maddox, R. A., M. S. Gilmore, C. A. Doswell III, R. H. Johns, C. A. Crisp, D. W. Burgess, J. A. Hart, and S. F. Piltz, 2013: Meteorological analyses of the Tri-State tornado event of March 1925Electronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.8 (1), 1-27.

Frelich, L. E., and E. J. Ostuno, 2012: Estimating wind speeds of convective storms from tree damageElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.7 (9), 1-19.

Kuster, C. M., P. Burke, and A. A. Taylor, 2012: An 11-year radar-based study of tornadic thunderstorms over central OklahomaElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.7 (8), 1-18.

Banacos, P. C., M. L. Ekster, J. W. Dellicarpini, and E. J. Lyons, 2012: A multiscale analysis of the 1 June 2011 northeast U.S. severe weather outbreak and associated Springfield, Massachusetts tornadoElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.7 (7), 1-40.

Edwards, R., 2012: Tropical cyclone tornadoes: A review of knowledge in research and predictionElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.7 (6), 1-61.

Garner, J. M., 2012: Environments of significant tornadoes occurring within the warm sector versus those occurring along surface baroclinic boundariesElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.7 (5), 1-28.

Finch, J. D., and D. Bikos, 2012: Russian tornado outbreak of 9 June 1984Electronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.7 (4), 1-28.

Lakshmanan, V., 2012: Image processing of weather radar reflectivity data: Should it be done in Z or dBZ?Electronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.7 (3), 1-8.

Spoden, P. J., R. A. Wolf, and L. R. Lemon, 2012: Operational uses of spectrum widthElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.7 (2), 1-28.

Laflin J. M., and A. L. Houston, 2012: A modeling study of supercell development in the presence of a preexisting airmass boundaryElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.7 (1), 1-29.

Gensini, V. A., and W. L. Ashley, 2011: Climatology of potentially severe convective environments from the North American regional reanalysisElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.6 (8), 1-40.

Blair, S. F., D. R. Deroche, J. M. Boustead, J. W. Leighton, B. L. Barjenbruch, and W. P. Gargan, 2011: A radar-based assessment of the detectability of giant hailElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.6 (7), 1-30.

Mead, C. M., and R. L. Thompson, 2011: Environmental characteristics associated with nocturnal significant-tornado events in the central and southern Great PlainsElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.6 (6), 1-35.

Kumjian, M. R., 2011: Precipitation properties of supercell hook echoesElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.6 (5), 1-21.

Dunn, J., and T. Best, 2011: Bow echo and mesovortex evolution during the 2 May 2007 North Texas derechoElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor., 6 (4), 1-25.

Markowski, P., M. Majcen, Y. Richardson, J. Marquis, and J. Wurman, 2011: Characteristics of the wind field in a trio of nontornadic low-level mesocyclones observed by the Doppler on Wheels radarsElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor., 6 (3), 1-48.

Shafer, C., and C. A. Doswell III, 2011: Using kernel density estimation to identify, rank, and classify severe weather outbreak eventsElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor., 6 (2), 1-28.

Lindley, T. T., J. D. Vitale, W. S. Burgett, and M.-J. Beierle, 2011: Proximity meteorological observations for wind-driven grassland wildfire starts on the southern High PlainsElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor., 6 (1), 1-27.

Shafer, C., C. A. Doswell III, L. M. Leslie, and M. B. Richman, 2010: On the use of areal coverage of parameters favorable for severe weather to discriminate major outbreaksElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor., 5 (7), 1-44.

Monteverdi, J. P., and R. Edwards, 2010: The redevelopment of a warm-core structure in Erin: A case of inland tropical storm formationElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor., 5 (6), 1-18.

Finch, J., and D. Bikos, 2010: A long-lived tornadic supercell over Colorado and Wyoming, 22 May 2008Electronic J. Severe Storms Meteor., 5 (5), 1-27.

Blair, S. F., and E. P. K. Lunde, 2010: Tornadoes impacting Interstates: Service and societal considerationsElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor., 5 (4), 1-16.

Andretta, T. A., and B. Geerts, 2010: Heavy snowfall produced by topographically-induced winds in the Snake River Plain of eastern Idaho. Part I: Observational analysisElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor., 5 (3), 1-33.

Schultz, D. M., 2010: How to research and write effective case studies in meteorologyElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor., 5 (2), 1-18.

Shafer, C., and C. A. Doswell III, 2010: A multivariate index for ranking and classifying severe weather outbreaksElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor., 5 (1), 1-39.

Geerts, B., T. Andretta, S. J. Luberda, J. Vogt, Y. Wang, L. D. Oolman, J. Finch and D. Bikos, 2009: A case study of a long-lived tornadic mesocyclone in a low-CAPE complex-terrain environment. Electronic J. Severe Storms Meteor., 4 (3), 1-29.

McKinney, C. M., L. D. Carey, and G. R. Patrick, 2008: Total lightning observations of supercells over north central Texas. Electronic J. Severe Storms Meteor., 4 (2), 1-25.

Beatty, K., E. N. Rasmussen, J. M. Straka, and L. R. Lemon, 2009: The supercell spectrum. Part II: A semi-objective method for radar classification of supercell typeElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.4 (1), 1-30.

Beatty, K., E. N. Rasmussen, and J. M. Straka, 2008: The supercell spectrum. Part I: A review of research related to supercell precipitation morphologyElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.3 (4), 1-21.

Blair, S. F., D. R. Deroche, and A. E. Pietrycha, 2008: In situ observations of the 21 April 2007 Tulia, Texas tornadoElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.3 (3), 1-27.

Esterheld, J. M. and D. J. Giuliano, 2008: Discriminating between tornadic and non-tornadic supercells: A new hodograph techniqueElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.3 (2), 1-50.

Ostuno, E. J., 2008: A case study in forensic meteorology: Investigating the 3 April 1956 tornadoes in southwest Lower MichiganElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.3 (1), 1-33.

Straka, J. M., E. N. Rasmussen, R. P. Davies-Jones, and P. M. Markowski, 2007: An observational and idealized numerical examination of low-level counter-rotating vortices in the rear flank of supercellsElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.2 (8), 1-22.

Lewis, J. M., 2007: A forecaster's story: Robert H. JohnsElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.2 (7), 1-19.

Kennedy, A. D., E. N. Rasmussen, and J. M. Straka, 2007: A visual observation of the 6 June 2005 descending reflectivity coreElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.2 (6), 1-12.

Doswell, C. A. III, 2007: Small sample size and data quality issues illustrated using tornado occurrence dataElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.2 (5), 1-16.

Doswell, C. A. III, and M. J. Haugland, 2007: A comparison of two cold fronts - Effects of the planetary boundary layer on the mesoscaleElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.2 (4), 1-12.

Lindley, T. T., and L. R. Lemon, 2007: Preliminary observations of weak three-body scatter spikes associated with low-end severe hailElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.2 (3), 1-15.

Bunkers, M. J., and J. W. Stoppkotte, 2007: Documentation of a rare tornadic left-moving supercellElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.2 (2), 1-22.

Doswell, C. A. III, 2007: Historical overview of severe convective storms researchElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.2 (1), 1-25.

Doswell, C. A. III, and D. M. Schultz, 2006: On the use of indices and parameters in forecasting severe stormsElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.1 (3), 1-22.

Umscheid, M. E., J. P. Monteverdi, and J. M. Davies, 2006: Photographs and analysis of an unusually large and long-lived firewhirlElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.1 (2), 1-13.

Edwards, R., and D. M. Schultz, 2006: Editorial: Introducing EJSSM. Electronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.1 (1), 1-2.

ALPHABETICAL

Allen, J. T., and M. K. Tippett, 2015: The characteristics of United States hail reports: 1955-2014Electronic J. Severe Storms Meteor., 10 (3), 1-31.

Andretta, T. A., 2014: Topographic sensitivity of the Snake River Plain Convergence Zone of eastern Idaho. Part II: Numerical simulationsElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.9 (1), 1-33.

Andretta, T. A., and B. Geerts, 2010: Heavy snowfall produced by topographically-induced winds in the Snake River Plain of eastern Idaho. Part I: Observational analysisElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor., 5 (3), 1-33.

Baerg, B. M., W. P. Gargan, A. E. Cohen, R. L. Thompson, B. T. Smith, A. P. Gerard, C. J. Schultz, L. A. Kelly, and H. V. Nepaul, 2020: Radar-based, storm-scale circulation and tornado-probability tendencies preceding tornadogenesis in Kansas and NebraskaElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.15 (3), 1-23.

Banacos, P. C., M. L. Ekster, J. W. Dellicarpini, and E. J. Lyons, 2012: A multiscale analysis of the 1 June 2011 northeast U.S. severe weather outbreak and associated Springfield, Massachusetts tornadoElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.7 (7), 1-40.

Beatty, K., E. N. Rasmussen, J. M. Straka, and L. R. Lemon, 2009: The supercell spectrum. Part II: A semi-objective method for radar classification of supercell typeElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.4 (1), 1-30.

Beatty, K., E. N. Rasmussen, and J. M. Straka, 2008: The supercell spectrum. Part I: A review of research related to supercell precipitation morphologyElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.3 (4), 1-21.

Bentley, E. S., and J. Logsdon, 2016: An examination of the mesoscale environment and evolution of the northern Indiana/northwest Ohio derecho of 29 June 2012Electronic J. Severe Storms Meteor., 11 (1), 1-25.

Beveridge, S. L., J. L. Houser, and S. R. Marzola, 2019: A statistical evaluation of tornado-production tendencies of southernmost supercells compared to adjacent supercells in a north-south-oriented lineElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.14 (1), 1-33.

Blair, S. F., D. R. Deroche, J. M. Boustead, J. W. Leighton, B. L. Barjenbruch, and W. P. Gargan, 2011: A radar-based assessment of the detectability of giant hailElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.6 (7), 1-30.

Blair, S. F., and E. P. K. Lunde, 2010: Tornadoes impacting Interstates: Service and societal considerationsElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor., 5 (4), 1-16.

Blair, S. F., D. R. Deroche, and A. E. Pietrycha, 2008: In situ observations of the 21 April 2007 Tulia, Texas tornadoElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.3 (3), 1-27.

Bunkers, M. J., and J. W. Stoppkotte, 2007: Documentation of a rare tornadic left-moving supercellElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.2 (2), 1-22.

Carlaw, L. B., J. A. Brotzge, and F. H. Carr, 2015: Investigating the impacts of assimilating surface observations on high-resolution forecasts of the 15 May 2013 tornado eventElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor., 10 (2), 1-34.

Carroll-Smith, D. L., L. C. Dawson, and R. J. Trapp, 2019: High-resolution real-data WRF modeling and verification of tropical cyclone tornadoes associated with Hurricane Ivan (2004)Electronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.14 (2), 1-36.

Coffer, B. E., 2014: Would "tornado-preventing" walls work? Electronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.9 (4), 1-13.

Coleman, T. A., K. R. Knupp, J. P. Dice, K. Laws, and C. Darden, 2019: The Birmingham, Alabama snow "disaster" of 28 January 2014Electronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.14 (4), 1-24.

Coleman, T. A., A. W. Lyza, K. R. Knupp, K. Laws, and W. Wyatt, 2018: A significant tornado in a heterogeneous environment during VORTEX-SEElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.13 (2), 1-25.

Coleman, T. A., K. R. Knupp, an P. T. Pangle, 2021: The effects of heterogeneous surface roughness on boundary-layer kinematics and wind shear.  Electronic J. Severe Storms Meteor., 16 (3), 1–29.

Davies, J. M., 2017: Meteorological setting for a catastrophic event: The deadly Joplin tornado of 22 May 2011. Electronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.12 (3), 1-23.

Dostalek, J. F., L. D. Grasso, Y.-J. Noh, T.-C Wu, J. W. Zeitler, H. G. Weinman, A. E. Cohen., and D. T. Lindsey, 2021: Using GOES ABI split-window radiances to retrieve daytime low-level water vapor for convective forecastingElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.16 (2), 1-19.

Doswell, C. A. III, 2007: Historical overview of severe convective storms researchElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.2 (1), 1-25.

Doswell, C. A. III, 2007: Small sample size and data quality issues illustrated using tornado occurrence dataElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.2 (5), 1-16.

Doswell, C. A. III, and M. J. Haugland, 2007: A comparison of two cold fronts - Effects of the planetary boundary layer on the mesoscaleElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.2 (4), 1-12.

Doswell, C. A. III, and D. M. Schultz, 2006: On the use of indices and parameters in forecasting severe stormsElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.1 (3), 1-22.

Dunn, J., and T. Best, 2011: Bow echo and mesovortex evolution during the 2 May 2007 North Texas derechoElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor., 6 (4), 1-25.

Edwards, R., 2012: Tropical cyclone tornadoes: A review of knowledge in research and predictionElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.7 (6), 1-61.

Edwards, R., and D. M. Schultz, 2006: Editorial: Introducing EJSSMElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.1 (1), 1-2.

Esterheld, J. M. and D. J. Giuliano, 2008: Discriminating between tornadic and non-tornadic supercells: A new hodograph techniqueElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.3 (2), 1-50.

Finch, J. D., and D. Bikos, 2012: Russian tornado outbreak of 9 June 1984Electronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.7 (4), 1-28.

Finch, J. D., and D. Bikos, 2010: A long-lived tornadic supercell over Colorado and Wyoming, 22 May 2008Electronic J. Severe Storms Meteor., 5 (5), 1-27.

Frelich, L. E., and E. J. Ostuno, 2012: Estimating wind speeds of convective storms from tree damageElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.7 (9), 1-19.

Garner, J. M., 2012: Environments of significant tornadoes occurring within the warm sector versus those occurring along surface baroclinic boundariesElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.7 (5), 1-28.

Garner, J. M., 2013: A study of synoptic-scale tornado regimesElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.8 (3), 1-25.

Geerts, B., T. Andretta, S. J. Luberda, J. Vogt, Y. Wang, L. D. Oolman, J. Finch and D. Bikos, 2009: A case study of a long-lived tornadic mesocyclone in a low-CAPE complex-terrain environment. Electronic J. Severe Storms Meteor., 4 (3), 1-29.

Gensini, V. A., and W. L. Ashley, 2011: Climatology of potentially severe convective environments from the North American regional reanalysisElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.6 (8), 1-40.

Grasso, L., and Coauthors, 2020: Application of the GOES-16 Advanced Baseline Imager: Morphology of a preconvective environment on 17 April 2019Electronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.15 (2), 1-24.

Hodanish, S. J., E. Williams, and B. Boldi, 2013: Early history of using total lightning data at NWS Melbourne, FloridaElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.8 (6), 1-26.

Houston, A. L., 2016: The sensitivity of deep ascent of cold-pool air to vertical shear and cold-pool buoyancyElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor., 11 (3), 1-29.

Johns, R. H., D. W. Burgess, C. A. Doswell III, M. S. Gilmore, J. A. Hart, and S. F. Piltz, 2013: The 1925 Tri-State tornado damage path and associated storm systemElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.8 (2), 1-33.

Johnson, A. W., and K. E. Sugden, 2014: Evaluation of sounding-derived thermodynamic and wind-related parameters associated with large hail eventsElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.9 (5), 1-42.

Kennedy, A. D., E. N. Rasmussen, and J. M. Straka, 2007: A visual observation of the 6 June 2005 descending reflectivity coreElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.2 (6), 1-12.

Klepatski, J. P., and S. M. Milrad, 2020: Composite Analysis of Cool-Season Florida Tornado OutbreaksElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.15 (1), 1-34.

Kumjian, M. R., 2011: Precipitation properties of supercell hook echoesElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.6 (5), 1-21.

Kuster, C. M., P. Burke, and A. A. Taylor, 2012: An 11-year radar-based study of tornadic thunderstorms over central OklahomaElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.7 (8), 1-18.

Laflin J. M., and A. L. Houston, 2012: A modeling study of supercell development in the presence of a preexisting airmass boundaryElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.7 (1), 1-29.

Lakshmanan, V., 2012: Image processing of weather radar reflectivity data: Should it be done in Z or dBZ?Electronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.7 (3), 1-8.

Lanicci, J. M., 2016: A multi-scale analysis of the atmospheric conditions associated with the Daytona Beach tornado of Christmas Day 2006Electronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.11 (5), 1-44.

Lewis, J. M., S. Lakshmivarahan, J. Hu, and R. Rabin, 2020: Placement of observations to correct return flow forecastsElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.15 (4), 1-20.

Lewis, J. M., S. Lakshmivarahan, J. Hu, R. Edwards, R. A. Maddox, R. L. Thompson, and S. F. Corfidi, 2016: Ensemble forecasting of return flow over the Gulf of MexicoElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor., 11 (4), 1-26.

Lewis, J. M., 2007: A forecaster's story: Robert H. JohnsElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.2 (7), 1-19.

Lindley, T. T., G. P. Murdoch, J. L. Guyer, G. D. Skwira, K. J. Schneider, S. R. Nagle, K. M. Van Speybroeck, B. R. Smith, and M.-J. Beierle, 2014: Southern Great Plains wildfire outbreaksElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.9 (2), 1-43.

Lindley, T. T., J. D. Vitale, W. S. Burgett, and M.-J. Beierle, 2011: Proximity meteorological observations for wind-driven grassland wildfire starts on the southern High PlainsElectronic J. Severe Storms Meteor., 6 (1), 1-27.

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