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Claire L. Vincent and Todd P. Lane

passage of the MJO. They partitioned the heating into convective, stratiform, and radiative components, and found that with the onset of the MJO, the stratiform rainfall anomalies lagged the convective anomalies by a few days. In most numerical weather or climate models, the diabatic heating is calculated as an explicit potential temperature tendency. Depending on the formulation of the model, the heating will arise from the microphysics scheme, the cumulus scheme, the planetary boundary layer scheme

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