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    (left) Rainfall intensity at 2 km ASL (observed by TRMM-PR) and (right) TBB (observed at 10.8 μm by TRMM-VIRS). Regions outside the PR swath are shaded gray in the left panels: (a), (b) the mature stage of Typhoon Bart (9918) at 9 h 17 m (UTC), 22 Sep 1999; (c), (d) the decaying stage of Typhoon Ewiniar (0009) at 9 h 01 m (UTC), 15 Aug 2000; (e), (f) the developing stage of Typhoon Babs (9811) at 14 h 48 m (UTC), 18 Oct 1998; (g), (h) the decaying stage of Typhoon Maggie (9903) at 0 h 40 m (UTC), 6 Jun 1999; (i), (j) the decaying stage of Typhoon Jelawat (0008) at 10 h 58 m (UTC), 8 Aug 2000.

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    Relationship between the eye diameter determined in PR and the maximum 1-min sustained wind speed from BT-JWTC data. (a) TCs with eyes exceeding 122.5 km in diameter were excluded. (b)–(d) As in (a) but for TCs in the (b) developing stage, (c) mature stage, and (d) decaying stage.

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There were typographical errors contained in Figs. 3 and 10 of “Detectability and Configuration of Tropical Cyclone Eyes over the Western North Pacific in TRMM PR and IR Observations,” by Kodama and Yamada, which was published on pages 2213–2226 of Monthly Weather Review, vol. 133, no. 8. Shown below is Fig. 10 with the correct x and y axis labels. On the following page are Figs. 3a–f, including the corrected typhoon name labels for Figs. 3c and 3e.

The staff at Monthly Weather Review regrets any inconvenience these errors have caused.

Fig. 3.
Fig. 3.

(left) Rainfall intensity at 2 km ASL (observed by TRMM-PR) and (right) TBB (observed at 10.8 μm by TRMM-VIRS). Regions outside the PR swath are shaded gray in the left panels: (a), (b) the mature stage of Typhoon Bart (9918) at 9 h 17 m (UTC), 22 Sep 1999; (c), (d) the decaying stage of Typhoon Ewiniar (0009) at 9 h 01 m (UTC), 15 Aug 2000; (e), (f) the developing stage of Typhoon Babs (9811) at 14 h 48 m (UTC), 18 Oct 1998; (g), (h) the decaying stage of Typhoon Maggie (9903) at 0 h 40 m (UTC), 6 Jun 1999; (i), (j) the decaying stage of Typhoon Jelawat (0008) at 10 h 58 m (UTC), 8 Aug 2000.

Citation: Monthly Weather Review 133, 10; 10.1175/MWR9001.1

Fig. 10.
Fig. 10.

Relationship between the eye diameter determined in PR and the maximum 1-min sustained wind speed from BT-JWTC data. (a) TCs with eyes exceeding 122.5 km in diameter were excluded. (b)–(d) As in (a) but for TCs in the (b) developing stage, (c) mature stage, and (d) decaying stage.

Citation: Monthly Weather Review 133, 10; 10.1175/MWR9001.1

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