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Yalei You, Christa Peters-Lidard, S. Joseph Munchak, Jackson Tan, Scott Braun, Sarah Ringerud, William Blackwell, John Xun Yang, Eric Nelkin, and Jun Dong

boundaries. Using the steps outlined in section 3 , we compute the morphed NOAA19-MHS by averaging the precipitation rates morphed from AMSR2 and the original NOAA19-MHS precipitation rates, shown in Fig. 3d . We grid the data into 0.1° resolution to compute the motion vector and the comparison has also been done at this resolution. Comparing with the original NOAA19-MHS ( Fig. 3b ), the morphed NOAA19-MHS ( Fig. 3d ) values agree better with GMI ( Fig. 3c ), especially in the area indicated by the

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