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Spearhead Echo The term 'Spearhead Echo' as it applies to the area of the weather can be defined as ' A radar echo associated with a downburst with a pointed appendage extending toward the direction of the echo motion. The appendage moves much faster than the parent echo, which is drawn into the appendage. During it's mature stage, the appendage turns into a major echo and the parent echo loses its identity'.
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