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J. Li, S. Sorooshian, W. Higgins, X. Gao, B. Imam, and K. Hsu

precipitating system during NAME 2004. J. Climate , 20 , 1713 – 1733 . Li , J. , X. Gao , R. A. Maddox , and S. Sorooshian , 2004 : Model study of evolution and diurnal variation of rainfall in the North American monsoon during June and July 2002. Mon. Wea. Rev. , 132 , 2895 – 2915 . Luo , H. , and M. Yanai , 1983 : The large-scale circulation and heat sources over the Tibetan Plateau and surrounding areas during the early summer of 1979. Part I: Precipitation and kinematic

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R. E. Carbone and J. D. Tuttle

ambient flow and shear are mainly westerly, and the anomaly winds ( Fig. 9 ) fail to support the existence of a solenoid connecting these regions. Furthermore, the RUC analysis fails to show kinematic evidence of diurnal forcing by Lakes Michigan and Erie, as we had originally anticipated. c. Southeast and Atlantic coast The southeast is marked by a combination of sea breeze and “air mass” convection ( Figs. 2a and 12 ). Some of these systems propagate; however, this component of the eastern diurnal

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