|Time in cloud
|| GMT time when the aircraft began a cloud
|| duration, in seconds, of the cloud penetration
|| average geometric altitude, above mean sea
level, during the penetration period as computed by the GPS.
|| GPS ground track angle.
|| average temperature in Celsius, during the
penetration, as determined from the Rosemount aircraft temperature sensor.
|| maximum 1-s value of total cloud liquid water
concentration, in gm-3
|Max Down, Max Up
||calculated peak negative and positive vertical winds,
|| maximum precipitation particle count rate,
observed during penetration by the PMS 2DC probe.
|Hail Mx C and
Hail Mx D
| peak concentration (m-3) of particles with
diameters larger than ~5mm and maximum-size particle (mm) detected by the
hail spectrometer during the penetration.
|Min Ez and Max Ez
|| in Kv/m are the minimum and maximum vertical
electric fields calculated with respect to Earth coordinates