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Explaining Extreme Events of 2018 from a Climate Perspective

Stephanie C. Herring
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Editors note: For easy download the posted pdf of the Explaining Extreme Events of 2018 is a very low-resolution file. A high-resolution copy of the report is available by clicking here. Please be patient as it may take a few minutes for the high-resolution file to download.

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A supplement to this article is available online (10.1175/BAMS-ExplainingExtremeEvents2018.3)

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Editors note: For easy download the posted pdf of the Explaining Extreme Events of 2018 is a very low-resolution file. A high-resolution copy of the report is available by clicking here. Please be patient as it may take a few minutes for the high-resolution file to download.

© 2020 American Meteorological Society. For information regarding reuse of this content and general copyright information, consult the AMS Copyright Policy (www.ametsoc.org/PUBSReuseLicenses).

A supplement to this article is available online (10.1175/BAMS-ExplainingExtremeEvents2018.3)

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