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Press Release 05-091
Rapid-Scanning Doppler on Wheels Keeps Pace with Twisters

Updated instrument promises a better look at how tornadoes form

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Doppler on Wheels has caught dozens of  tornadoes in action.

Doppler on Wheels caught dozens of tornadoes in 2004, including this one on May 12 near Attica, Kan.

Credit: Center for Severe Weather Research


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Deployment  of the new Rapid-Scan Doppler on Wheels

The first season of deployment for the new Rapid-Scan Doppler on Wheels is taking place this spring.

Credit: Center for Severe Weather Research


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