Figure 13: Images from KICT WSR-88D radar at 1156 UTC 24 April 2006. Left image is a 4 panel of Reflectivity with 0.5, 5.1, 10.0, and 19.5 degree slices. Right image is the corresponding SRM 4 panel for the same slices. Note that this radar image time is only 1 minute later than the KVNX perspective in Fig. 12, and shows a much less impressive reflectivity core aloft and no rotation in comparison to the KVNX view. This storm was located approximately 10 nm (18 km) west of the KICT radar, which falls within the "cone of silence", defined as the area within 16 nm (30 km) of a WSR-88D radar. is the U.S. government's official web portal to all federal, state and local government web resources and services.