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The purpose of this note is to show that not all tornadic storms yield the same radio-frequency noise behavior. One funnel cloud observed gave significant radio noise over a frequency range from 2.5 to 144 MHz.
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Lind, M. A.; Hartman, J. S.; Takle, Eugene S.; and Stanford, J. L., "Radio Noise Studies of Several Severe Weather Events in Iowa in 1971" (1972). Geological and Atmospheric Sciences Publications. 187.