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Ewan Short, Claire L. Vincent, and Todd P. Lane

0400 and 0700 LST. Propagation behavior was explained in terms of the land–sea breeze. Hassim et al. (2016) and Vincent and Lane (2016a) examined the diurnal cycle of precipitation around New Guinea using the Weather Research and Forecasting (WRF) Model and satellite precipitation radar data. They found that precipitation associated with convective clouds propagated offshore at two distinct speeds. Within 100–200 km of the coast, precipitation propagated at with density currents associated

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Casey R. Densmore, Elizabeth R. Sanabia, and Bradford S. Barrett

-tropospheric radiative processes associated with QBO-driven cirrus cloud formation or suppression ( Yoo and Son 2016 ). Very recently, Zhang and Zhang (2018) noted that this result may be driven by more active MJO days and slower eastward propagation during easterly stratospheric winds, and not necessarily by stronger individual active MJO events, and concluded that the question of relationships between QBO and the MJO remains an active area of study. Studies investigating the relationship between QBO and MJO tend

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