• Sears-Collins, A L., D M. Schultz, and R H. Johns, 2006: The spatial and temporal variability of drizzle in the United States and Canada. J. Climate, 19 , 36293639.

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  • Wallace, J M., 1975: Diurnal variations in precipitation and thunderstorm frequency over the conterminous United States. Mon. Wea. Rev., 103 , 406419.

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  • 1 Swiss Re Environmental and Commodity Markets Group, New York, New York
  • | 2 Division of Atmospheric Sciences, Department of Physical Sciences, University of Helsinki, and Finnish Meteorological Institute, Helsinki, Finland
  • | 3 Norman, Oklahoma
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Due to an oversight, an incorrect figure in Sears-Collins et al. (2006) was printed as Fig. 8. The correct Fig. 8 is reproduced below.

In addition, after publication, we discovered the similarity of our research with that of a previous study (Wallace 1975). Wallace (1975) examined the diurnal cycles of trace precipitation events across the United States. Thus, their study provides a natural comparison to our diurnal cycles of drizzle occurrence.

Wallace (1975, his Figs. 4 and 9) examined the diurnal cycle in trace precipitation at many stations across

Due to an oversight, an incorrect figure in Sears-Collins et al. (2006) was printed as Fig. 8. The correct Fig. 8 is reproduced below.

In addition, after publication, we discovered the similarity of our research with that of a previous study (Wallace 1975). Wallace (1975) examined the diurnal cycles of trace precipitation events across the United States. Thus, their study provides a natural comparison to our diurnal cycles of drizzle occurrence.

Wallace (1975, his Figs. 4 and 9) examined the diurnal cycle in trace precipitation at many stations across

Corresponding author address: Dr. David M. Schultz, Dept. of Physical Sciences, University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland. Email: david.schultz@fmi.fi

Due to an oversight, an incorrect figure in Sears-Collins et al. (2006) was printed as Fig. 8. The correct Fig. 8 is reproduced below.

In addition, after publication, we discovered the similarity of our research with that of a previous study (Wallace 1975). Wallace (1975) examined the diurnal cycles of trace precipitation events across the United States. Thus, their study provides a natural comparison to our diurnal cycles of drizzle occurrence.

Wallace (1975, his Figs. 4 and 9) examined the diurnal cycle in trace precipitation at many stations across

Due to an oversight, an incorrect figure in Sears-Collins et al. (2006) was printed as Fig. 8. The correct Fig. 8 is reproduced below.

In addition, after publication, we discovered the similarity of our research with that of a previous study (Wallace 1975). Wallace (1975) examined the diurnal cycles of trace precipitation events across the United States. Thus, their study provides a natural comparison to our diurnal cycles of drizzle occurrence.

Wallace (1975, his Figs. 4 and 9) examined the diurnal cycle in trace precipitation at many stations across

Corresponding author address: Dr. David M. Schultz, Dept. of Physical Sciences, University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland. Email: david.schultz@fmi.fi

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