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25, the effect of the shape of (dry) ice particles on Za is generally unimportant, never as great as a factor of two. 6,me m-8 identical with equation (3) for rain, where R is measured in millimeters of water per hour. Since the dielectric factor of ice is about one-fifth that of water, radar echoes from snow have one-fifth the power of those from rain of the same rate of precipitation. 4. Attenuation Equation (2) shows that the power back scattered to the radar is inversely proportional t o the fourth power of the wavelength.