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1992 (Volume 23, No. 2)Stormscale Weather (II): Meteorology's Most Elusive TargetIn Mosaic Volume 13 Number 6 of 1982, we wrote: "Mesoscale, or stormscale, weather systems are the ones that do the most damage. Predicting them has been beyond reach." A decade later, extraordinary and ingenious effort and the best that technology can offer have increased the sophistication of the science, but practical prediction remains over the horizon. Lee EdsonPDF


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