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multicell storm


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A severe local storm comprising a succession of convective cells. The first cell is formed by a powerful updraught of moist air. As the ensuing downdraught stifles this updraught, a new updraught develops to the right of the first. This sequence continues until the surface air cools. See Fovell and Tan (2000) QJ Royal Met. Soc. 126, 562.

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