New Paper “Ten-year Climatology Of Summertime Diurnal Rainfall Rate Over The Conterminous U.S” By Matsui Et Al 2010

We have a new paper published. It is

Matsui, T., D. Mocko, M.-I. Lee, W.-K. Tao, M. J. Suarez, and R. A. Pielke Sr. (2010),Ten-year climatology of summertime diurnal rainfall rate over the conterminous U.S., Geophys. Res. Lett., 37, L13807, doi:10.1029/2010GL044139

The abstract reads

“Diurnal cycles of summertime rainfall rates are examined over the conterminous United States, using radar-gauge assimilated hourly rainfall data. As in earlier studies, rainfall diurnal composites show a well-defined region of rainfall propagation over the Great Plains and an afternoon maximum area over the south and eastern portion of the United States. Using Hovmöller diagrams, zonal phase speeds of diurnal composite rainfall are estimated in three different small domains, and are evaluated with background meteorological conditions. These rainfall propagation speeds are better linked to the convective available potential energy than to the boundary-layer dryness.”

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