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At the end of December 1999, two extremely severe storms only one day apart affected western Europe and caused considerable damage. A variable derived from satellite observations, the so-called temperature of the lower stratosphere (TLS), is used in this study for detecting and tracking the...
The zonda is a warm and extremely dry wind that occurs east of the Andes Cordillera in the extratropical latitudes of South America. Its orographic origin is similar to the foehn that blows in Germany and Austria and the chinook that occurs east of the Rocky Mountains. Three typical zonda events...
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