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What does LI mean?
The Lifted Index (LI) is defined as a rising parcel’s temperature when it reaches the 500 millibars level (at about 5,500m or 18,000 feet asl), subtracted from the actual temperature of the environmental air at 500 mbar.
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
What is the full form of LI in Weather?
The full form of LI is Lifted Index