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Anthony M. DeAngelis, Hailan Wang, Randal D. Koster, Siegfried D. Schubert, Yehui Chang, and Jelena Marshak

; if they did, subseasonal prediction of central U.S. flash droughts would likely improve in a multimodel ensemble. In addition to land initialization, the simulation of land–atmosphere coupling in models can have an important influence on prediction skill. A limitation of our study is the use of a single reanalysis dataset (MERRA-2) for forecast verification, which makes a robust assessment of land–atmosphere dynamics challenging. Future research on the surface energy budget, planetary boundary

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Yizhou Zhuang, Amir Erfanian, and Rong Fu

2012 over much of the Great Plains. The delayed response of a regional climate to slowly varying oceanic forcing and land–atmosphere interaction provides the foundation for seasonal prediction over many regions around the world. State-of-the-art seasonal prediction models provide relatively skillful predictions of winter hydroclimate over the United States, but show virtually no skill in prediction of summer rainfall anomalies over much of the North American continent ( Quan et al. 2012 ). Seasonal

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