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Rosalind Cornforth, Douglas J. Parker, Mariane Diop-Kane, Andreas H. Fink, Jean-Philippe Lafore, Arlene Laing, Ernest Afiesimama, Jim Caughey, Aida Diongue-Niang, Abdou Kassimou, Peter Lamb, Benjamin Lamptey, Zilore Mumba, Ifeanyi Nnodu, Jerome Omotosho, Steve Palmer, Patrick Parrish, Leon-Guy Razafindrakoto, Wassila Thiaw, Chris Thorncroft, and Adrian Tompkins

research was effectively integrated with prediction and decision-making activity, and AMMA has thus been deeply rooted in the realities of operational methods in the region ( Fink et al. 2011 ). Part of AMMA’s legacy was the activation of a remarkable community of researchers and forecasters from Africa and around the world. By continuing to work together, this community has since produced a landmark document, describing the state-of-the-art in weather prediction for tropical and subtropical West

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Thomas Engel, Andreas H. Fink, Peter Knippertz, Gregor Pante, and Jan Bliefernicht

(irregular) overpasses between 31 August and 1 September 2009. Microwave window channels reliably delineate deep continental convection in contrast to infrared brightness temperatures, for which cirrus anvils conceal convectively active regions ( Redl et al. 2015 ). A linear, squall line–type system with two main convective regions is located over southwestern Niger in the evening of 31 August ( Fig. 2a ). Convection enters eastern Burkina Faso around midnight ( Figs. 2b,c ) and reintensifies in the

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