Vol 45, No 1 (2013)

Wyoming Cloud Radar reflectivity Transects
Wyoming Cloud Radar reflectivity transects across a shallow orographic cloud over the Medicine Bow Mountains, which was seeded as part of the Wyoming Weather Modification Pilot Project.  All four transects, 40 km long, were flown between fixed points about 2.6 km downwind of three AgI generators.  The projection of these generators on the transect is shown by star (*) symbols. The change in reflectivity after the second transect may be attributable in part to AgI seeding.