LINE ECHO WAVE PATTERN. A bulge in a line of thunderstorms, producing a wave-shaped in the line. It is seen as a scalloped radar echo signature and is often associated with severe weather.
( ine cho ave attern) - a bulge in a thunderstorm line producing a wave-shaped "kink" in the line. The potential for strong outflow and damaging straight-line winds increases near the bulge, which often resembles a bow echo. Severe weather potential also is increased with storms near the crest of a LEWP.
Line Echo Wave Pattern. A feature within a line of storms that resembles a wave with a mesolow at the crest of this feature. Often associated with multiple bowing segments within a larger squall line.
LINE ECHO WAVE PATTERN. A wave-shaped bulge in a line of thunderstorms. It may often be seen as a "S"-shaped radar echo signature and is often associated with severe weather.
Abbreviation for line echo wave pattern.