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Composite reflectivity

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  1. the maximum dBZ reflectivity from any of the reflectivity angles of the NEXRAD weather radar

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    created by user picturefactobot on March 2, 2009
  2. When compared to the base angle reflectivity, the lowest angle of elevation sounding, the composite reflectivity, including higher elevation scan information, may appear to indicate more widespread rain

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  3. The reflectivity on individual PPI angles show the precipitation intensity at that specific angle above the horizon

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  4. Some of these angles are .5,1.45,2.4, and 3.35 degrees with the Doppler radar having up to 14 angles when it's in Severe Mode

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  5. In the Composite, the highest intensities amongst those available in the different angles above each point of the image will be displayed

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