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Benoît Vié, Olivier Nuissier, and Véronique Ducrocq

on the nonhydrostatic version of the adiabatic equations of the limited-area model Aire Limitée Adaptation Dynamique Développement International (ALADIN; Benard 2004 ; Bubnova et al. 1995 ), using physical parameterizations from the research model Méso-NH ( Lafore et al. 1998 ). The bulk microphysics scheme following Caniaux et al. (1994) governs the prognostic equations of the six water variables: water vapor, cloud water, rainwater, primary ice, graupel, and snow. Shallow convection is

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Thomas M. Hamill, Jeffrey S. Whitaker, Michael Fiorino, and Stanley G. Benjamin

filter. Mon. Wea. Rev. , 135 , 1828 – 1845 . Chou , M.-D. , 1992 : A solar radiation model for use in climate studies. J. Atmos. Sci. , 49 , 762 – 772 . Chou , M.-D. , and K. T. Lee , 1996 : Parameterizations for the absorption of solar radiation by water vapor and

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William A. Komaromi, Sharanya J. Majumdar, and Eric D. Rappin

−1 , culminating in a 5-day error of 644 km. Fig . 2. Typhoon Sinlaku at 0000 UTC 10 Sep 2008. (a) Water vapor imagery from Cooperative Institute for Mesoscale Meteorological Studies (CIMMS)–University of Wisconsin, (b) 850–300-hPa deep-layer mean streamlines (from CIMSS), (c) ECMWF ensemble track forecast initialized at the same time, and (d) Joint Typhoon Warning Center (JTWC) best track and track of control WRF simulation initialized at the same time. The locations for the vorticity

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