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NEWS AND NOTES, ON THE WEB, PAPERS OF NOTE, CONFERENCE NOTEBOOK

NEWS AND NOTES, ON THE WEB, PAPERS OF NOTE, CONFERENCE NOTEBOOK NEWS AND NOTES Half of World ’s r ain f alls research revealed that half of t ra h ie n iest days get rainier,” with half in a s mall n umber of d ays world’s current annual prec - ipit o a f the extra precipitation falling in Researchers generally anticipa tit o en f alls in just 12 days. just six days, and half of the total that extreme weather events wil“ lI w ould have guessed the n -um annual precipitation falling in only increase in the future as the glob ber w al ould be larger—perhaps a 11 d ays by 2100. climate changes, including th meo nth,” Pendergrass says. “But “While climate models gen - er potentially significant worsenw ing hen we looked at the median, or a lly project just a small increase of severe precipitation events. A mi dpoint, from all the availabiln r e ain in general, we find this new study in Geophysical Research observation stations, the number in crease comes as a handful of L e t te rs “shows how those twow as just 12 days.” events with much more rain and, pieces fit together,” according to http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

NEWS AND NOTES, ON THE WEB, PAPERS OF NOTE, CONFERENCE NOTEBOOK

Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society , Volume 100 (3): 20 – Mar 1, 2019

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American Meteorological Society
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NEWS AND NOTES Half of World ’s r ain f alls research revealed that half of t ra h ie n iest days get rainier,” with half in a s mall n umber of d ays world’s current annual prec - ipit o a f the extra precipitation falling in Researchers generally anticipa tit o en f alls in just 12 days. just six days, and half of the total that extreme weather events wil“ lI w ould have guessed the n -um annual precipitation falling in only increase in the future as the glob ber w al ould be larger—perhaps a 11 d ays by 2100. climate changes, including th meo nth,” Pendergrass says. “But “While climate models gen - er potentially significant worsenw ing hen we looked at the median, or a lly project just a small increase of severe precipitation events. A mi dpoint, from all the availabiln r e ain in general, we find this new study in Geophysical Research observation stations, the number in crease comes as a handful of L e t te rs “shows how those twow as just 12 days.” events with much more rain and, pieces fit together,” according to

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Published: Mar 1, 2019

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