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Tornadoes in Nonmesocyclone Environments with Pre-existing Vertical Vorticity along Convergence Boundaries

@inproceedings{Caruso2005TornadoesIN,
  title={Tornadoes in Nonmesocyclone Environments with Pre-existing Vertical Vorticity along Convergence Boundaries},
  author={James Caruso},
  year={2005}
}
Tornadoes resulting from stretching of pre-existing vertical vorticity along convergence boundaries are not unusual in the warm season in the central plains of the United States. These tornadoes are associated mainly with nonmesocyclone processes (Brady and Szoke 1989), sometimes called "nonsupercell" (Wakimoto and Wilson 1989), with the tornadoes often called "landspouts" (Bluestein 1985). In some cases, tornadoes in such environments can reach significant intensity (defined here as F2 or… 

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