The Offeror, i. These "hot towers" form in the area of the mid-level circulation and strongly concentrate this rotation at low levels within their updrafts. TaivoS Välja ostetakse teisigi, sh elektritootja Ignitis gamyba LNR1L , ilmselt lähtutakse siin ka samast loogikast väljaostuhinna arvestamisel, mis seal: In accordance to paragraph 1 of Article 29 and paragraph 6 of Article 33 of the Law on Securities of the Republic of Lithuania, the price of the mandatory tender offer shall not be less than the highest price of the shares acquired by the offeror during the 12 months prior to the announcement of the intention to delist the shares from trading on regulated market, and not less than the average weighted market price of the regulated market and multilateral trading system during the 6 months prior to the announcement of the intention to delist the shares from trading on the regulated market and multilateral trading system. The hot towers appeared to dominate the low-level flow, producing intense rotation within their cores and often being associated with significant pressure falls at the surface. Another hypothesis suggests a bottom-up approach in which deep thunderstorm towers convection play the major role in spinning up the flow at the surface.
Braun, Scott A. One hypothesis suggests that the surface circulation forms from a "top-down" approach in which a storm s rotating circulation begins at middle levels of the atmosphere and builds down to the surface through processes related to light "stratiform" horizontally extensive precipitation. Another hypothesis suggests a bottom-up approach in which deep thunderstorm towers convection play the major role in spinning up the flow at the surface.
These "hot towers" form in the area of the mid-level circulation and strongly concentrate this rotation at low levels within their updrafts. Merger of several of these hot towers then intensifies the surface circulation to the point in which a storm forms.
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