Christopher Scolese

A truck-mounted radar instrument called the Doppler On Wheels is silhouetted against cloudy skies Friday, Nov. 6, 2015, on the banks of Lake Quinault near Amanda Park, Wash. Led by NASA and hosted by the University of Washington, a team of meteorologists and scientists is fanning out across one of the wettest places in the country in November to measure raindrops and snowdrops and attempt to validate, on the ground, how well global satellites measure precipitation from space. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)

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