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Intriguing Radar Feature - Do you know what it is?

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Published on Aug 10, 2013

This radar loop is from August 10, 2013 beginning at 1030pm and ending at 430am. It is from the Terminal Doppler Weather Radar, which is located to the northeast and not shown in the image. The top images are reflectivity, and the bottom images are velocity. The left hand images are at an elevation of 1300 feet above ground level in a standard atmosphere, and the right hand images are 3100 feet above ground level. There is an interesting feature being detected by radar in Scott County just to the west of Prior Lake, MN. The two top reflectivity images show a nearly stationary area of higher reflectivity values that quickly dissipates into a ring early this morning. The velocity image indicates a clockwise motion to the feature before it spreads out when the feature disappears.

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National Weather Service
Weather Forecast Office
Twin Cities/Chanhassen, MN

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