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Previous work has found that the Pacific storm track intensity during the cool season is negatively correlated with the upper-tropospheric jet strength. In the seasonal march, such a variation manifests itself as the midwinter suppression of the storm track intensity, while in interannual...
The origin of the Northern Hemisphere summer subtropical anticyclones is investigated using a linear quasigeostrophic model. It is found that the broad features in the model solutions forced by realistic heating fields acting on observed zonal flows agree well with those in the observations. The...
In this paper, the three-dimensional structure of baroclinic wave packets is studied using composites from ECMWF reanalysis data. Eddy variances and covariances associated with wave packets are examined in terms of the eddy energy budget and wave activity and fluxes, and the large-scale,...
This paper presents a detailed analysis of updraft and downdraft statistics of simulated tropical oceanic and midlatitude continental cumulus convection, with an emphasis on the individual terms in the vertical momentum budget. Strong convective cores with absolute vertical velocities over 1 m s...
The vertical coupling and movement of an adiabatic baroclinic tropical cyclone (TC) are investigated through two numerical experiments in which the TC is affected by either a vertical environmental shear or a differential beta drift. In both cases, the initial response of the symmetric vortex is...
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