TeachMeFinance.com - explain Bounded Weak Echo Region (BWER)
Bounded Weak Echo Region (BWER) The term 'Bounded Weak Echo Region (BWER)' as it applies to the area of the weather can be defined as ' (Also known as a vault.) Radar signature within a thunderstorm characterized by a local minimum in radar reflectivity at low levels which extends upward into, and is surrounded by, higher reflectivities aloft. This feature is associated with a strong updraft and is almost always found in the inflow region of a thunderstorm. It cannot be seen visually'.
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