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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

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isentropic analysis of a dry line bulge and the real weather implications

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
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
final points
Final Points
  • Important to check MANY levels to find the “effective” layer
  • Watch the ISENTROPIC wind field along the boundary
  • Upglide forcing results in rapid destabilization and/or cap erosion
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