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Back-sheared Anvil The term 'Back-sheared Anvil' as it applies to the area of the weather can be defined as ' [Slang], a thunderstorm anvil which spreads upwind, against the flow aloft. A back-sheared anvil often implies a very strong updraft and a high severe weather potential'.
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