The Oklahoma Cold Front of November 10, 1995
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Question 3. Look at the radar base reflectivity images between 2:30 and 5:30 p.m. Locate the cold front and then classify the echoes as convective, stratiform, and non-precipitating.

Answer. The 5:26 p.m. radar image shows stratiform precipitation over a large part of northwest and north-central Oklahoma behind the front. There are a few convective cells east of Tulsa that form on the front. The 2:30 radar shows the cold front and once looped through, the front (non-precipitating echoes) stretches across central and south-central Oklahoma moving to the southeast.

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