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D. J. Lea, I. Mirouze, M. J. Martin, R. R. King, A. Hines, D. Walters, and M. Thurlow

certain shelf regions and major river outflows. The altimeter data we receive are tidally and barotropically filtered, and while the ocean model does not include tidal forcing, it may not be appropriate to compare the model and data in shelf regions. The increase in SLA error in the shelf regions is therefore not considered to be concerning. This will, however, need to be investigated for any future coupled DA work using higher-resolution shelf models. In these cases we may also assimilate more

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Takuya Kawabata, Hironori Iwai, Hiromu Seko, Yoshinori Shoji, Kazuo Saito, Shoken Ishii, and Kohei Mizutani

northern Tokyo, Japan, around 1200 JST (Japan Standard Time, UTC + 9 h) 5 July 2010 and traveled eastward, producing heavy rainfall from 1500 to 2100 JST. The heavy rainfall caused 819 houses to become inundated as small rivers in Tokyo overflowed. A total rainfall amount of 126 mm was recorded at the Itabashi observation site; therefore, this case has become known as the “Itabashi heavy rainfall.” It was characterized by a lack of orographic forcing or a large-scale front (see section 2 ). Yamada

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