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Hook Echo The term 'Hook Echo' as it applies to the area of the weather can be defined as ' A radar reflectivity pattern characterized by a hook-shaped extension of a thunderstorm echo, usually in the right-rear part of the storm (relative to its direction of motion). A hook often is associated with a mesocyclone, and indicates favorable conditions for tornado development'.
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