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Anna Maidens, Alberto Arribas, Adam A. Scaife, Craig MacLachlan, Drew Peterson, and Jeff Knight

, as discussed in Fereday et al. (2012) ]. We therefore assess the candidate forcing mechanisms identified in statistical analyses of the observational record and ask whether any of these mechanisms are in evidence in the 2010/11 winter and in our seasonal forecast system. Various physical drivers of seasonal predictability have been identified. In this study, we examine the following: the tripole pattern of sea surface temperature (SST)/ocean heat content anomalies in the North Atlantic in autumn

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Jean Côté, Sylvie Gravel, and Andrew Staniforth

DECEMBER 1995 NOTES AND CORRESPONDENCE 3605NOTES AND CORRESPONDENCEA Generalized Family of Schemes that Eliminate the Spurious Resonant Response of Semi-Lagrangian Schemes to Orographic Forcing JEAN C~TI~, SYLVIE GRAVEL, AND ANDREW STANIFORTHRecherche en Prdvision Nurndrique, Service de l'Environnement Atmosphdrique, Dorval, Qudbec, Canada28 March 1995 and 16 June 1995

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Ohart V. Relative Variations of the Eorizonbl Magnetic Force, the Mapet-Watch IntegratOr,and the Northwest Pressures and Temperatures. June, 1896.-b0,QQ,- $/2345678910///21.5/6'7/B/9203122w2.4252627282930-H66747674Y36872845362636470G957575556626/6/656363675949676774D4 750355f545f4036304848454/6 14%6 45 25/54r465 65 16 44536@42464%srdX-4+++6+4t.7-2+2+/5- /O-6-5-3+3+3-9-640-8-2-3-2t20+/t.5-3-/27'6+6+I320+2-6+2+4+2-4-6t.2+6+/-/-3+2+f'8+2+2+3-/+4f2+3+/-2-7-2-4-2-2(r-4+5+8+5+5-3+5+I6-/U-9-5-3+4-f-4

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Clive E. Dorman

NOVEMBER 1988 NOTES AND CORRESPONDENCE 2401NOTES AND CORRESPONDENCEComments on "Coastal Southerlies and Alongshore Surges of the West Coastof North America: Evidence of Mesoscale Topographically Trapped Response to Synoptic Forcing" CLIVE E. DORMANDepartment of Geological Sciences, San Diego State University, San Diego, California21 December 1987 and 29 February 19881. Introduction

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Clifford F. Mass and Mark D. Albright

AUGUST1987 CLIFFORD F. MASS AND MARK D. ALBRIGHT 1707Coastal Southerlies and Alongshore Surges of the West Coast of North America: Evidence of Mesoscale Topographically Trapped Response to Synoptic Forcing CLIFFORD F. MASS AND MARK D. ALBRIGHTDepartment of Atmospheric Sciences, AK-40, University of Washington, Seattle, WA 98195(Manuscript received 18 September 1986, in final form 26 January 1987

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v a ,WOI Df the' Horizontal Magnetic Force and the Northwest Presrjurwand .Temperatures.585655555553565/4 2475/52u5985347$1wf0565652Q850545.4994652u- 35/55525356576360q 5q5-50576/595053.5853 *53535756555 25360 'm464853-!?s 36263636058656856e748535/ '544850534 24 2Q65360655651546763565+5758I'Sf/OAS.$?@\29.73.58.54.77.85.9/* 8230.0/e37.41. 10.0629.9130 05* 28. 0029 9930. /Lr* 24.I@79 97.87.88. 99.8/.36.39.9830.04251 55: 93Ph 6M8.4q38.6e38 243 784.377436943.56e3644323435 793x74322?375A357$369F3 70

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. ....Sandy Hook, N. J ........ 1 e. Huron,8.Ihk ............. se. Swift Current,N. W.T .... ne.Huron, S. Dak ............ s e .* Keeler. Cal ............... BW. Moorhead, Minn .......... aw. Huron.S.Uak.. ........ ...I s.1 Saint Louis, hfo .......... j sw: Fort Canhy, Wash ........ 88.Sioux City, Iowa.. ........I s.Huron. 8 . Ddc.. ........... 1 k.I ..................................I0 NORTH ATLANTIC STORMS FOR SEPTEMBER, 1891 (pressure iu inches and millimeters ; wind-force by Beaufort tw

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, Relative Variations of the Horizontal Magnetic Force and the Northwest Pressureg &ad Temperatures..I-js Y $- 4/23456789/ON/2'3(4'51617/8/920P/222824252627282936$ Q\m B - 904/ '42404/.p/454/344/45$8479549$6P6434/504940394/47525)52q-s $cs541 .49464233384550+Y9848-5646485/5054464755605655555552m53~g, s .cr,$ - 40Q553434546484495494L95u5879?J53555d494856545s58605758 Iso;?:6U52 '7\,.cbh..-? h+ 8 +3+e+5+3+4+4+8+4-3-2+4+8t //+ /O+8+ /2f9+6+9+6+4i /.3+ 12+3t2+4+/Of. /5+ 143. /5+3'+ 5t8+4-50+7+ /2

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fihqrt 7. Rbbtive Vsriations of the Hori4;ental Magnetic Force and the Northwest PressurerJ and Tempemtures._. , ..:. I.v% k- 8 52565760605349455/565355565654525.3545456596365575654556%63693, =,A*vor/l35 el% 45. -Sff52i!v61625549485/546066696458505256606 2667072646/546q67707q-5650596s6463555455626G6+72736756616062646871706060566/5 76 77%. Temperatures.42i 6+7f /o-P /Oi 3-/-5+/i 6+ 3*5+6+6i 4t 2i 3r 4+4i 6+9f /3+ /5+7+6f 4+5-t /&?iL /3i 1.9-2-3+/t 6+60-6-8-5-/t /+3+7+s.0-7-5-4-2-1+3+64 7

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JUNE, 1892. MONTHLY WEATHER REVIEW. 163NORTH ATLANTIC STORMS FOR JUNE, 1892 (pressure in inches and millimeters; wiud-force by Beaufort scale).The paths of storms that appeared over the west part of thenorth Atlantic Ocean duriug June, 1893, are shown onChart I. These paths have been determined from reports ofobservations by shipmasters received through the co-operatiouof the Hydrographic Office, Navy Department, and the '' NewPork Herald Weather Service."The north Atlantic normal pressure for

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