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Appearance of wind plants in weather radar
Appearance of wind plants varies with time and radar beam propagation path. Examples on these 14 slides include spurious echo return and false precipitation estimates. On slide 5, false echoes from the wind plant are evident; note weather coming from the West. Operators looking at any single image in the loop would see what appear to be thunderstorms in the area occupied by the wind plant. In the close-up on slide 6, note strong echoes along the leading edge as . . . Complete article »

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