**Left Supercell Composite Parameter**

A multiple ingredient, composite index that includes effective
storm-relative helicity (ESRH, based on Bunkers left supercell motion),
most unstable parcel CAPE (muCAPE), and
effective bulk wind difference (EBWD). Each ingredient
is normalized to supercell "threshold" values, and larger values of SCP
denote greater "overlap"
in the three supercell ingredients. Only negative values of LSCP are
displayed, which
correspond to environments favoring left-moving (anticyclonic)
supercells.

This index is formulated
as follows:

LSCP = (muCAPE / 1000
J kg^{-1}) * (ESRH / 50 m^{2} s^{-2}) * (EBWD /
20 m s^{-1})

EBWD is divided by 20 m s^{-1}
in the range of 10-20 m s^{-1}. EBWD less
than 10 m s^{-1}
is set to zero, and EBWD greater than 20 m s^{-1} is set to
one.

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