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Quanjia Zhong, Jianping Li, Lifeng Zhang, Ruiqiang Ding, and Baosheng Li

. Adv. Atmos. Sci. , 24 , 1077 – 1085 , https://doi.org/10.1007/s00376-007-1077-7 . 10.1007/s00376-007-1077-7 Ding , R. Q. , J. P. Li , and K. H. Seo , 2010 : Predictability of the Madden–Julian oscillation estimated using observational data . Mon. Wea. Rev. , 138 , 1004 – 1013 , https://doi.org/10.1175/2009MWR3082.1 . 10.1175/2009MWR3082.1 Ding , R. Q. , J. P. Li , and K. H. Seo , 2011 : Estimate of the predictability of boreal summer and winter intraseasonal oscillations

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Robert G. Nystrom and Fuqing Zhang

between large-scale forcing (e.g., rising branch of the Madden–Julian oscillation and deep convection coupled with a Central American gyre) and mesoscale processes including a localized gap wind event ( Kimberlain et al. 2016 ; Bosart et al. 2017 ). Patricia reached tropical storm intensity 18 h after becoming a tropical depression, eventually becoming a hurricane 24 h later, near 0000 UTC 22 October. At this time, Patricia was located in a very favorable environment with anomalously warm ocean

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Nannan Qin and Da-Lin Zhang

. Overview Patricia originated from a tropical disturbance in the eastern North Pacific in mid-October, and it developed into a tropical depression at 0600 UTC 20 October 2015 after interacting with multiple weather systems, including a tropical wave over the Caribbean Sea, a gap wind event in the Gulf of Tehuantepec, and a strong Madden–Julian oscillation over the eastern Pacific ( Kimberlain et al. 2016 ). The tropical depression gradually intensified into a well-organized tropical storm on 21 October

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