Berry, F. A.
Maginnis, James B.
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In this paper no attempt has been made to present a statistical study of thunderstorm but rather, by a study of individual cases, to arrive at a basis on which the forecasting of such phenomena may be predicted from the synoptic situation combined with the upper air soundings, if available. Since thunderstorms may be the result of one or more factors it was decided to arrange a classification, depending upon the particular factors, as follows:
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