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LEWP The term 'LEWP' as it applies to the area of the weather can be defined as ' Line Echo Wave Pattern. A bulge in a thunderstorm line producing a wave-shaped 'kink' in the line. The potential for strong outflow and damaging straight-line winds increases near the bulge, which often resembles a bow echo. Severe weather potential also is increased with storms near the crest of a LEWP. '.
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