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Hernán Bechis, Paola Salio, and Juan José Ruiz

dryline is required. Some studies ( Owen 1966 ; Hoch and Markowski 2005 ; Schultz et al. 2007 ) use surface observations to manually detect drylines. Based on this approach they found that drylines are observed over the U.S. Great Plains on 32%–45% of the spring season days (April, May, and June). Duell and Van Den Broeke (2016) developed an objective algorithm to detect drylines in the Mississippi River valley (United States), where drylines are less frequent, using data from the North American

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Sujan Pal, Francina Dominguez, María Eugenia Dillon, Javier Alvarez, Carlos Marcelo Garcia, Stephen W. Nesbitt, and David Gochis

. , F. P. Brissette , and R. Arsenault , 2020 : Evaluation of the ERA5 reanalysis as a potential reference dataset for hydrological modeling over North-America . Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci. , 24 , 2527 – 2544 , . 10.5194/hess-24-2527-2020 TRMM , 2011 : TRMM (TMPA) Rainfall Estimate L3 3 hour 0.25 degree × 0.25 degree V7 (TRMM_3B42). GES DISC, accessed 16 May 2020 , . 10.5067/TRMM/TMPA/3H/7 Varlas , G. , and

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Jake P. Mulholland, Stephen W. Nesbitt, and Robert J. Trapp

initially favor supercells as the primary convective mode, may later favor a more rapid upscale transition into MCSs via cold pool amalgamation and/or surging outflows (e.g., Coniglio et al. 2010 ; Peters et al. 2017 ; and references therein). One region of the world that is susceptible to rapid upscale growth of deep moist convection is the northern half of Argentina, South America. The present study is focused along an approximately north–south mountain chain called the Sierras de Córdoba (SDC) (e

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