On super-refraction after the passage of a thunderstorm
A situation is described when the 3.2 cm high power radar at Safdarjung showed unusual ground coverage due to super-refraction near the earth’s surface. It occurred after the passage of a frontal thunderstorm. Super-refraction is generally associated with stability in the atmosphere. A case is discussed in which super-refraction occurred in an atmosphere which sustained thunderstorm activity.
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