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Nick Guy and David P. Jorgensen

instruments on board the WP-3D aircraft (hereafter P-3) operated by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) were deployed during a portion of the intensive observing period (IOP; 1 October 2011–15 January 2012) of the DYNAMO project ( Yoneyama et al. 2013 ), with the primary objectives to provide information regarding tropical convection and air–sea interactions. Measurements of environmental state variables (e.g., temperature and relative humidity) and 3D storm structure (via Doppler

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Eric D. Skyllingstad and Simon P. de Szoeke

feedbacks from variable sea surface temperature. Simulations are limited to ~10 days, which is sufficient for establishing a quasi RCE with only small mean temperature and moisture trends, and allows for much higher resolution and model fidelity than used in previous cloud-resolving model (CRM) simulations. 3. Convective structure a. Basic convective conditions We begin our analysis with an overview of the basic convective structures that are present to some degree in all of the experiments. Plots of

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