A subset of the TDR data collected during missions containing microphysical spiral ascents/descents has been synthesized with data from several ground-based radars using the Spline Analysis at Mesoscale Utilizing Radar and Airborne Instrumentation (SAMURAI) technique. These SAMURAI analyses provide a detailed estimate of the kinematic and radar reflectivity structure during several periods of system evolution. Data collected by the OAPs during these spirals were processed by the University of Illinois OAP Processing Software, allowing for the generation of vertical profiles of particle mass and number distributions, total water content, total number concentration, and median mass diameter. When considered in the context of the SAMURAI analyses, these profiles and accompanying profiles of in-situ aircraft relative humidity and temperature help explain how the microphysical cooling processes occurring in various regions behind the MCS leading convective line influenced the system dynamics. The relationship between diabatic cooling and the flows within this nocturnal elevated MCS will be discussed.