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These are examples of CSU-CHILL data selected from meteorologically interesting cases. The data plots generally have had some basic level of post-processing applied (i.e., interpolation to a cartesian grid point network to facilitate contour plotting, etc.)

High rain rates at Denver International Airport observed with indexed beams
Around 1740 MDT on 10 September 2006, localized areas of heavy convective rain developed over Denver International Airport (KDEN). The rainfall was heavy enough to reduce the visibility to less than 0.25 statute miles at XXXX UTC. As this took place, the CSU-CHILL radar was collecting alternating V, H mode polarimetric data in 0.5 degree elevation angle PPi scans at 1 minute intervals.