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Rain typically falls from stratus clouds in the form of a drizzle or mist. Sleet is a mixture of water and ice, while snow is basically water that has crystallized. Hail forms during a thunderstorm when water droplets move through a cycle of rising, freezing and falling inside a cumulonimbus cloud. To access a comprehensive

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The 24-GHz Doppler radar precipitation-only monitoring system was developed in response to the requirements of Ferrari for vehicle testing. “It will be useful for applications that require fast response, high resolution, and precipitation types,” according to Nader Khoury, CWS president. “The Pulsar 100 is a powerful sensor with the latest technology that gives us rich

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NOTICE THE PRECIPITATION IS MOST PERSISTENT IN OUR KENTUCKY COUNTIES. A MIX OF ALL PRECIPIATION TYPES HAS BEEN OCCURRING – SLEET, SNOW, AND RAIN. TEMPERATURES ARE ABOVE FREEZING. THE LARGER VIEW SHOWS THE STORM NOW MOVING OFF THE EAST COAST. AS WE GO INTO TONIGHT, NOTICE THE PRECIPITATION CONTINUING ESPECIALLY OVER KENTUCKY. IT WILL END

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