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Peter M. Norris and Arlindo M. da Silva

paid to predicted cloud properties, due to the slower time scales associated with cloud-induced radiative heating rates compared with the forecast duration. Nevertheless, clouds do have an important societal impact from day to day, in terms of their effects on diurnal temperature range and sunlight exposure. Furthermore, since NWP and GCM models have become more merged, typically sharing the same physics, advances in cloud parameterization in either climate or weather studies ought to benefit the

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