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The variability of precipitation is an immensely important subject because of its direct control on and response to the atmospheric and surface water and energy cycles that strongly govern weather and climate. Precipitation variability takes place across the complete range of scales up to the very high local–diurnal scales down to the very low global–decadal and longer scales. The topic of this special issue is the diurnal variability of precipitation, cast in the framework of Understanding Diurnal Variability of Precipitation through Observations and Models. Since the advent of high-quality multiyear and globally distributed observations of precipitation from spaceborne

The variability of precipitation is an immensely important subject because of its direct control on and response to the atmospheric and surface water and energy cycles that strongly govern weather and climate. Precipitation variability takes place across the complete range of scales up to the very high local–diurnal scales down to the very low global–decadal and longer scales. The topic of this special issue is the diurnal variability of precipitation, cast in the framework of Understanding Diurnal Variability of Precipitation through Observations and Models. Since the advent of high-quality multiyear and globally distributed observations of precipitation from spaceborne

This article included in the Understanding Diurnal Variability of Precipitation through Observations and Models (UDVPOM) special collection.

The variability of precipitation is an immensely important subject because of its direct control on and response to the atmospheric and surface water and energy cycles that strongly govern weather and climate. Precipitation variability takes place across the complete range of scales up to the very high local–diurnal scales down to the very low global–decadal and longer scales. The topic of this special issue is the diurnal variability of precipitation, cast in the framework of Understanding Diurnal Variability of Precipitation through Observations and Models. Since the advent of high-quality multiyear and globally distributed observations of precipitation from spaceborne

The variability of precipitation is an immensely important subject because of its direct control on and response to the atmospheric and surface water and energy cycles that strongly govern weather and climate. Precipitation variability takes place across the complete range of scales up to the very high local–diurnal scales down to the very low global–decadal and longer scales. The topic of this special issue is the diurnal variability of precipitation, cast in the framework of Understanding Diurnal Variability of Precipitation through Observations and Models. Since the advent of high-quality multiyear and globally distributed observations of precipitation from spaceborne

This article included in the Understanding Diurnal Variability of Precipitation through Observations and Models (UDVPOM) special collection.

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