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Belen Rodríguez-Fonseca, Elsa Mohino, Carlos R. Mechoso, Cyril Caminade, Michela Biasutti, Marco Gaetani, J. Garcia-Serrano, Edward K. Vizy, Kerry Cook, Yongkang Xue, Irene Polo, Teresa Losada, Leonard Druyan, Bernard Fontaine, Juergen Bader, Francisco J. Doblas-Reyes, Lisa Goddard, Serge Janicot, Alberto Arribas, William Lau, Andrew Colman, M. Vellinga, David P. Rowell, Fred Kucharski, and Aurore Voldoire

routinely issue operational forecasts for rainy season totals ( Graham et al. 2011 ). The forecasts are freely available for national meteorological services, regional climate centers, and global product centers via . Over the African region, the skill of these long-range forecasting systems to predict seasonal total rainfall is high enough to make them useful for planning purposes. An example of the practical use of long-range forecasts and postprocessing techniques is the Prévisions

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deleterious consequences it is not surprising that across the Greater Horn, where rain-fed agriculture is the mainstay, where food security is often threatened ( Funk et al. 2008 ; Funk and Brown 2009 ), and where the largest contribution to electricity generation is hydropower ( Kaunda et al. 2012 ), that drought information is especially valued. Nor is the interest in drought information limited to assessments of current conditions or the provision of seasonal forecasts. Seemingly contradictory signals

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