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W.-K. Tao, T. Iguchi, and S. Lang

schemes ( Chou and Suarez 1999 ; Chou et al. 2001 ; Matsui and Jacob 2014 ) to conduct high-resolution (3-km inner nested domains) extratropical simulations. The Goddard broadband two-stream (upward and downward fluxes) approach is used for the short- and longwave radiative flux and atmospheric heating calculations and its explicit interactions with clouds (microphysics). The Mellor–Yamada–Janjić ( Mellor and Yamada 1982 ) level 2 turbulence closure model is used for the planetary boundary layer

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Gail Skofronick-Jackson, Mark Kulie, Lisa Milani, Stephen J. Munchak, Norman B. Wood, and Vincenzo Levizzani

eliminates the occurrence of snow over the Gulf of Alaska, northern Atlantic south and east of Iceland, and Southern Ocean north of about 50°S. The land–ocean disparities among various classification methods make sense in that cold air outbreaks over ocean produce steeper lapse rates than over land (because of the larger heat capacity of water), which coupled with the surface moisture flux are more likely to produce shallow convection ( Kulie et al. 2016 ; Kulie and Milani 2018 ). Thus, over

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