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This paper investigates the influence of soil moisture on the development and triggering of convection in different early-morning atmospheric conditions. A one-dimensional model of the atmospheric boundary layer (BL) is initialized with atmospheric sounding data from Illinois and with the soil...
Skill in ensemble-mean dynamical seasonal climate hindcasts with a coupled land––atmosphere model and specified observed sea surface temperature is compared to that for long multidecade integrations of the same model where the initial conditions are far removed from the seasons of validation....
Thirteen regional climate model (RCM) simulations of June––July 1993 were compared with each other and observations. Water vapor conservation and precipitation characteristics in each RCM were examined for a 10°° ×× 10°° subregion of the upper Mississippi River basin, containing the...
The CTP-HI low framework for describing atmospheric controls on soil moisture––boundary layer interactions is described in a companion paper, Part I . In this paper, the framework is applied to the continental United States to investigate how differing atmospheric regimes influence local...
The spurious mass divergence found in observed and analyzed atmospheric wind fields causes errors in estimated energy flux divergence. An objective method for correcting these errors in radiosonde-based atmospheric water and energy budgets is developed. The proposed method is compared with other...
An ensemble local hydrologic forecast derived from the seasonal forecasts of the International Research Institute for Climate Prediction (IRI) is presented. Three-month seasonal forecasts were used to resample historical meteorological conditions and generate ensemble forcing datasets for a...
The multifractal properties of a set of precipitation intensity fields measured during the Global Atmospheric Research Program (GARP) Atlantic Tropical Experiment (GATE) are studied, and it is shown that one cannot reject the null hypothesis that the fields are generated by a nonlinear...
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