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Xiaokang Wang
Renjun Zhou
Yi Deng
Chunguang Cui
Yang Hu
Jingyu Wang
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Hua Liu

of the mei-yu front are mainly influenced by both FG3 and FG2 while the frontolysis is driven by the evaporative cooling of precipitation on the warm side of the front and the sensible heat flux on the cold side. In an effort to better understand the mei-yu front life cycle and morphology, Hu et al. (2021) derived a new frontogenesis function, decomposing the FG1 term into three parts: FG1a (heating term), FG1b (moisture term), and FG1c (lifting condensation temperature change term). Hu et al

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