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Vortex streets formed in the cloudy wake of mountainous islands are the analogs of the classic Kármán vortex street observed in laboratory bluff-body flows. Atmospheric vortex streets develop in conditions characterized by a well-mixed subcloud layer capped by a strong temperature inversion with a weaker stably stratified layer above and consist of mesoscale eddies, which span the entire marine boundary layer and have a nearly upright axis with no height variation in their properties (i.e.,doi:10.1029/2021jd035000 fatcat:csimqvjhkvgmdiz72y5nplf3wu