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This week we welcome long-time friend of GLOBE, Dr. Margaret LeMone, Chief Scientist for the GLOBE Program from 2003-2009, as our guest blogger. Dr. LeMone is currently working in the field of weather and cloud formation at the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR). Originally posted at http://spark.ucar.edu/blog/measuring-rainfall on September 23, 2013. Dr. Margaret LeMone, Credit: UCAR Dr. Margaret LeMone is an NCAR Senior Scientist who studies weather and cloud formation. For more information about her research, visit Dr. LeMone's home page . A ...