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Sola early online release: Kawano and Kawamura, Remote Effect of Kuroshio Warm SSTs in the East China Sea on Heavy Rainfall in Southern Kyushu, Japan on 3 July 2020, SOLA, vol.18, DOI:10.2151/sola.2022-033, #SOLA, https://t.co/mbIgnT1fS2
Sola early online release: Mubarrok and Jang, Annual Maximum Precipitation in Indonesia and its association to Climate Teleconnection Patterns: An Extreme Value Analysis, SOLA, vol.18, DOI:10.2151/sola.2022-030, #SOLA, https://t.co/yWu4tpyHlN
Sola early online release: Fujiwara and Kawamura, Appearance of a quasi-quadrennial variation in Baiu precipitation in southern Kyushu, Japan, after the beginning of this century, SOLA, vol.18, DOI:10.2151/sola.2022-029, #SOLA, https://t.co/zsUhu0V1pR
Sola new paper: Yasutaka Hirockawa and Teruyuki Kato, Improvements of Procedures for Identifying and Classifying Heavy Rainfall Areas of Linear-Stationary Type, SOLA, 2022, Vol. 18, 167-172,doi:10.2151/sola.2022-027, https://t.co/XPvMENuvq1 , #SOLA https://t.co/n7gLGc1805
Sola new paper: Xie et al., Pattern Transition of Dust Events over Northern China and Mongolia and Its Modulating Circulation in Spring, SOLA, 2022, Vol. 18, 159-166, doi:10.2151/sola.2022-026, #SOLA, https://t.co/OfDcSCO5Pc https://t.co/ArdQkVFd80
Sola new paper: Inovasita Alifdini and Teruhisa Shimada, Diurnal Variation of Surface Wind Divergence in the Maritime Continent Using ASCAT and SeaWinds Observations and ERA5 Reanalysis Data, SOLA, 2022, Vol. 18, 154-158,doi:10.2151/sola.2022-025, https://t.co/aK9Ve5uZG3, #SOLA https://t.co/ai7x3AMVCg
Sola new paper: Sho Kawazoe and Masaru Inatsu, Predictability of Heavy Snowfall Days in Western Hokkaido from JMA Operational 1-Month Ensemble Predictions Using Self-Organizing Maps, SOLA, 2022, Vol. 18, 147-153,doi:10.2151/sola.2022-024, https://t.co/bva8GIzfYi, #SOLA https://t.co/kujTPNUAbt
Sola early online release: Lee et al., Ground- and Satellite-based Evaluation of WRF Snowfall Prediction, SOLA, vol.18, DOI:10.2151/sola.2022-028, #SOLA https://t.co/fpKXdKWeIi
Sola new paper: Usui et al., Numerical Simulations and Trajectory Analyses of Local “Karakkaze” Wind: A Case That Could Have Contributed to an Aircraft Accident at Narita Airport on 23 March 2009, SOLA,2022, Vol. 18,140-146,doi:10.2151/sola.2022-023 https://t.co/6Cj2vPEXGv, #SOLA https://t.co/3Vnm38dyjn
Sola new paper: Sun et al., Weather Reduced the Annual Heavy Pollution Days after 2016 in Beijing, SOLA, 2022, Vol. 18,135-139,doi:10.2151/sola.2022-022, https://t.co/4DgO7e1QFB, #SOLA https://t.co/Vms898ULxz
RT @TakemiTetsuya: Two years since the heavy rainfall disaster in Kyushu in July 2020. Published in #SOLA Hirockawa et al. 2020: Characte…
Sola early online release: Xie et al., Pattern Transition of Dust Events over Northern China and Mongolia and its Modulating Circulation in Spring, SOLA, vol.18, DOI:10.2151/sola.2022-026 https://t.co/KkE6v03Q0l
Sola early online release: Hirockawa and Kato, Improvements of Procedures for Identifying and Classifying Heavy Rainfall Areas of Linear-Stationary Type, SOLA, vol.18, DOI:10.2151/sola.2022-027 https://t.co/67kREQwH3m
Sola new paper: Shion Sekizawa and Tsubasa Kohyama, Meteotsunami Observed in Japan Following the Hunga Tonga Eruption in 2022 Investigated Using a One-Dimensional Shallow-Water Model, SOLA,2022, Vol. 18,129-134,doi:10.2151/sola.2022-021, https://t.co/KRot4SuRmR https://t.co/2GEyVeVP59
Sola new paper: Yoshio Kawatani, Takeshi Horinouchi, Naoki Sato, Storylines of Projected Climate Changes around Japan Associated with Upper Troposphere and Stratosphere Responses, SOLA,2022, Vol. 18,122-128,doi:10.2151/sola.2022-020, https://t.co/hsviy99UOr https://t.co/7hqCf826xS
Sola early online release: Alifdini and Shimada, Diurnal variation of surface wind divergence in the Maritime Continent using ASCAT and SeaWinds observations and ERA5 reanalysis data, SOLA, vol.18, DOI:10.2151/sola.2022-025 https://t.co/ZF2kOdMDgN
Sola early online release: Kawazoe and Inatsu., Predictability of heavy snowfall days in western Hokkaido from JMA Operational 1-Month Ensemble Predictions using self-organizing maps, SOLA, vol.18, DOI:10.2151/sola.2022-024 https://t.co/k5R7l6gHvy
Sola early online release: Usui et al., Numerical Simulations and Trajectory Analyses of Local “Karakkaze” Wind: a Case that could have Contributed to an Aircraft Accident at Narita Airport on 23 March 2009, SOLA, vol.18, DOI:10.2151/sola.2022-023 https://t.co/G4iaPYjI3z
Sola new paper : Ryuho Kataoka, Stephen D. Winn, Emile Touber,Meteotsunamis in Japan Associated with the Tonga Eruption in January 2022,SOLA,2022,Vol.18,116-121,doi:10.2151/sola.2022-019,https://t.co/G2oi6ZXF0Q https://t.co/6Mq8J5HlUA
Sola new paper : Moroda,Tsuboki,Satoh,Nakagawa,Ushio, and Kikuchi,Lightning Bubbles Caused by Upward Reflectivity Pulses above Precipitation Cores of a Thundercloud,SOLA,2022,Vol.18,110115,doi:10.2151/sola.2022-018,https://t.co/Bcqu1KpJuJ https://t.co/NREIfQ74LD
Sola early online release: Sun et al., Weather reduced the annual heavy pollution days after 2016 in Beijing, SOLA, vol.18, DOI:10.2151/sola.2022-022, https://t.co/YZ5M5rdsgZ
Sola early online release: Sekizawa and Kohyama, Meteotsunami observed in Japan following the Hunga Tonga eruption in 2022 investigated using a one-dimensional shallow-water model, SOLA, 2022, Vol.18, doi:10.2151/sola.2022-021, https://t.co/UN9baH2qd1
Sola early online release: Kawatani et al., Storylines of projected climate changes around Japan associated with upper troposphere and stratosphere responses, SOLA, 2022, Vol.18, doi:10.2151/sola.2022-020, https://t.co/LY6SaJtqgL
Sola new paper: Hayashi and Shiogama, Assessment of CMIP6-Based Future Climate Projections Selected for Impact Studies in Japan, SOLA, 2022, Vol.18, 96-103, doi:10.2151/sola.2022-016, https://t.co/LbTTmZ5tzW https://t.co/YeruqR4pmE
Sola new paper: Goto and Satoh, Statistical Analysis of “Senjo-Kousuitai” in East Asia and Characteristics of Associated Large-Scale Circulations in the Baiu Season, SOLA, 2022, Vol.18A, 15-20, doi:10.2151/sola.18A-003, https://t.co/zUDwgfgVtx https://t.co/YVlrPX1dRg
Sola new paper: Nasuno et al., Impacts of Midlatitude Western North Pacific Sea Surface Temperature Anomaly on the Subseasonal to Seasonal Tropical Cyclone Activity: Case Study of the 2018 Boreal Summer, SOLA, Vol.18, 88-95, doi:10.2151/sola.2022-015, https://t.co/FY4UD1OqIG https://t.co/WJE3WTGghK
Sola early online release: Kataoka et al., Meteotsunamis in Japan associated with the Tonga Eruption in January 2022, SOLA, 2022, Vol.18, doi:10.2151/sola.2022-019, https://t.co/HGfHHENP7j
Sola new paper: Komatsu and Nishimura, Calculation of Snowdrift Distribution over Complex Topography to Improve the Accuracy of Snow Avalanche Warning Systems, SOLA, 2022, Vol.18, 71-75, doi:10.2151/sola.2022-012, https://t.co/dcA8sg5rTZ https://t.co/Li2BT1TpUg
Sola new paper: Saito et al., Effect of Upper-Air Moistening by Northward Ageostrophic Winds Associated with a Tropical Cyclone on the PRE Enhancement, SOLA, 2022, Vol.18, 81-87, doi:10.2151/sola.2022-014, https://t.co/PdYbZ8krra https://t.co/Um81jFc7Tx
Sola new paper: Li and Kang, Energy Dispersion of Westward Propagating Rossby Waves in Tropical Easterlies, SOLA, 2022, Vol.18, 76-80, doi:10.2151/sola.2022-013, https://t.co/Z71Z2nfybB https://t.co/bkSRNc8l4O
Sola early online release: Moroda et al., Lightning Bubbles Caused by Upward Reflectivity Pulses above Precipitation Cores of a Thundercloud, SOLA, 2022, Vol.18, doi:10.2151/sola.2022-018, https://t.co/DMXq5nJJZC
Sola early online release: Saito et al., Effect of Upper-Air Moistening by Northward Ageostrophic Winds Associated with a Tropical Cyclone on the PRE Enhancement, SOLA, 2022, Vol.18, doi:10.2151/sola.2022-014, https://t.co/aZMopWiJT0
Sola early online release: Watanabe et al., Continuous Measurements of Microbial Particles in Central Japan Using a Real Time Viable Particle Counter, SOLA, 2022, Vol.18, doi:10.2151/sola.2022-017, https://t.co/9X61degV2S
Sola new paper: Sasaki and Motoi, Accelerated Increase in Tropical Cyclone Heat Potential in the Typhoon Rapidly Intensifying Zone during 1955-2020, SOLA, 2022, Vol.18, 65-70, doi:10.2151/sola.2022-011, https://t.co/sxM3zEN8or https://t.co/Jrq2YtN2cT
Sola early online release: Nasuno et al., Impacts of midlatitude western North Pacific sea surface temperature anomaly on the subseasonal to seasonal tropical cyclone activity: case study of the 2018 boreal summer, SOLA, 2022,18, doi:10.2151/sola.2022-015,https://t.co/0sXrBhcyAH
Sola new paper: Terasaki and Miyoshi, A 1024-Member NICAM-LETKF Experiment for the July 2020 Heavy Rainfall Event, SOLA, 2022, Vol.18A, 8-14, doi:10.2151/sola.18A-002, https://t.co/JzdOScM0fI https://t.co/b1DycvJ2RY
Sola new paper: Endo et al., Future Changes in Extreme Precipitation and Their Association with Tropical Cyclone Activity over the Western North Pacific and East Asia in 20 km AGCM Simulations, SOLA, 2022, Vol.18, 58-64, doi:10.2151/sola.2022-010, https://t.co/YpZ3WLbvaW https://t.co/9VrwN0rbQx
Sola early online release: Hayashi and Shiogama, Assessment of CMIP6-based future climate projections selected for impact studies in Japan, SOLA, 2022, doi:10.2151/sola.2022-016, https://t.co/fjgHSWOhM7
Sola early online release: Goto and Satoh, Statistical Analysis of “Senjo-Kousuitai” in East Asia and Characteristics of Associated Large-scale Circulations in the Baiu season, SOLA, 2022, Vol.18A, doi:10.2151/sola.18A-003, https://t.co/2nB3JVvstQ
Sola new paper: Chang et al., A Regional Hybrid Gain Data Assimilation System and Preliminary Evaluation Based on Radio Occultation Reflectivity Assimilation, SOLA, Vol.18, 33-40, doi:10.2151/sola.2022-006, https://t.co/ARNvmr0BI4 https://t.co/5LPG89kPl7
Sola new paper: Shin et al., Determining Multiple Thresholds for Thermal Health Risk Levels Using the Segmented Poisson Regression Model, SOLA, 2022, Vol.18, 41-46, doi:10.2151/sola.2022-007, https://t.co/oA9EMOXeb1 https://t.co/oCxM1Rdinu
Sola new paper: Seto, S., Examining the Consistency of Precipitation Rate Estimates between the TRMM and GPM Ku-Band Radars, SOLA, 2022, Vol.18, 53-57, doi:10.2151/sola.2022-009, https://t.co/P9TjpCN8IT https://t.co/2y99nxqj89
Sola new paper: Kuroda et al., Influence of Stratospheric Variability on the Winter-Mean Polar Tropospheric Climate, SOLA, 2022, Vol.18, 47-52, doi:10.2151/sola.2022-008, https://t.co/qk62k9M7zX https://t.co/sLapOYgtbo
Sola early online release: Li and Kang, Energy dispersion of westward propagating Rossby waves in tropical easterlies, SOLA, 2022, Vol.18, doi:10.2151/sola.2022-013, https://t.co/hzV3ir1XhN
Sola early online release: Komatsu and Nishimura, Calculation of snowdrift distribution over complex topography to improve the accuracy of snow avalanche warning systems, SOLA, 2022, Vol.18, doi:10.2151/sola.2022-012, https://t.co/qPEzgrT4ze
Sola new paper: Maejima et al., Observing System Simulation Experiments of a Rich Phased Array Weather Radar Network Covering Kyushu for the July 2020 Heavy Rainfall Event, SOLA, Vol.18, 25-32, doi:10.2151/sola.2022-005, https://t.co/z6uonoqNQY https://t.co/cr3wsNbibh
Sola early online release: Sasaki and Motoi, Accelerated Increase in Tropical Cyclone Heat Potential in the Typhoon Rapidly Intensifying Zone during 1955-2020, SOLA, 2022, Vol.18, doi:10.2151/sola.2022-011,https://t.co/LvIr78jdaT
Sola early online release: Endo et al., Future changes in extreme precipitation and their association with tropical cyclone activity over the western North Pacific and East Asia in 20 km AGCM simulations, SOLA, 2022, Vol.18, doi:10.2151/sola.2022-010, https://t.co/xXbEWXqykC
Sola early online release: Seto, S., Examining the consistency of precipitation rate estimates between the TRMM and GPM Ku-band radars, SOLA, 2022, Vol.18, doi:10.2151/sola.2022-009, https://t.co/70ppW5T0ze
Sola new paper: Tochimoto et al., Influence of an Upper-level Trough on the Formation of a Baiu Frontal Depression that Caused a Torrential Rainfall Event in Southern Kyushu, Japan on July 4, 2020, SOLA, 2022, Vol.18A, 1-7, doi:10.2151/sola.18A-001, https://t.co/dpx4CYiyoh https://t.co/KIKbvoA9Ht
Sola new paper: Takemura et al., Seasonal Predictability of Summertime Asian Jet Deceleration near Japan in JMA/MRI-CPS2, SOLA, 2022, Vol.18, 19-24, doi:10.2151/sola.2022-004, https://t.co/dTh81FDiDM https://t.co/xvTQubx4ym
Sola early online release: Terasaki and Miyoshi, A 1024-Member NICAM-LETKF Experiment for the July 2020 Heavy Rainfall Event, SOLA, 2022, Vol.18A, doi:10.2151/sola.18A-002, https://t.co/ewLdRcGDtm
Sola new paper: Hirockawa and Kato, A New Application Method of Radar/Raingauge-Analyzed Precipitation Amounts for Long-term Statistical Analyses of Localized Heavy Rainfall Areas, SOLA, 2022, Vol.18, 13-18, doi:10.2151/sola.2022-003, https://t.co/2guOgYl1Fx https://t.co/1t5kh1EVGF
Sola new paper: Goto and Sato, Relationship between the Upper-level Winds and the Horizontal Movement of Localized Heavy Rainfall in the Afternoon of Summer Days around Tokyo, SOLA, 2022, Vol.18, 8-12, doi:10.2151/sola.2022-002, https://t.co/BvkVTBL6ji https://t.co/eHd2LbwuFF
Sola new paper: Kobayashi et al., Extremely Weak Cold-Air Mass Flux and Extratropical Direct Meridional Circulation Linked to the Record-Warm Winter 2019/2020 over East Asia, SOLA, 2022, Vol.18, 1-7, doi:10.2151/sola.2022-001, https://t.co/ikvaSmD7V6 https://t.co/0111aaN4lP
Sola early online release: Kuroda et al., Influence of stratospheric variability on the winter-mean polar tropospheric climate, SOLA, 2022, Vol.18, doi:10.2151/sola.2022-008, https://t.co/PHrfreMMjq
Sola early online release: Shin et al., Determining multiple thresholds for thermal health risk levels using the segmented Poisson regression model, SOLA, 2022, Vol.18, doi:10.2151/sola.2022-007, https://t.co/7HyZOH4oly
Sola early online release: Tochimoto et al., Influence of an Upper-level Trough on the Formation of a Baiu Frontal Depression that Caused a Torrential Rainfall Event in Southern Kyushu, Japan, on July 4, 2020, SOLA, 2022, Vol.18A, doi:10.2151/sola.18A-001, https://t.co/YsyrDpbElD
Sola early online release: Chang et al., A regional hybrid gain data assimilation system and preliminary evaluation based on Radio Occultation reflectivity assimilation, SOLA, Vol.18, doi:10.2151/sola.2022-006, https://t.co/SuVinAjUIg
Takemura et al., Seasonal Predictability of Summertime Asian Jet Deceleration near Japan in JMA/MRI-CPS2, SOLA, 2022, Vol.18, doi:10.2151/sola.2022-004, https://t.co/E5nWpbaWEG
Sola new paper: Shibuya et al., Objective Classification of Controlling Factors for the Occurrence of the Wide-spread Extreme Precipitation Events during the Baiu Season over Western Japan, SOLA, Vol.17, 251-256, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-044, https://t.co/dL7N2FvFr9 https://t.co/YjPAxYkP5g
Sola new paper: Kohyama et al., Intensive Variability Extraction, SOLA, 2021, Vol.17, 246-250, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-043, https://t.co/dNqzXgX5Cy https://t.co/7HHBa7hAHp
Sola early online release: Hirockawa and Kato, A New Application Method of Radar/Raingauge-Analyzed Precipitation Amounts for Long-term Statistical Analyses of Localized Heavy Rainfall Areas, SOLA, Vol.18, doi:10.2151/sola.2022-003, https://t.co/OoVx2IDvEN
Sola early online release: Goto and Sato, Relationship between the Upper-level Winds and the Horizontal Movement of Localized Heavy Rainfall in the Afternoon of Summer Days around Tokyo, SOLA, Vol.18, doi: 10.2151/sola.2022-002, https://t.co/5svZJZwRi9
Sola new paper: Kawai et al., High Sensitivity of Asian Dust Emission, Transport, and Climate Impacts to Threshold Friction Velocity, SOLA, Vol.17, 239-245, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-042, https://t.co/ZsIvOJ6nwa https://t.co/XTDeGUXcU0
Sola new paper: Konagaya et al., Land–Sea Contrast of Nearshore Wind Conditions: Case Study in Mutsu-Ogawara, SOLA, Vol.17, 234-238, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-041, https://t.co/Zx34Zaysp8 https://t.co/mzcypDmboe
Sola new paper: Ota et al., Spatial-Scale Characteristics of a Three-Dimensional Cloud-Resolving Solar Radiation Budget Based on Monte Carlo Radiative Transfer Simulations, SOLA, Vol.17, 228-233, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-040, https://t.co/WXBa23ik62 https://t.co/mL1p6WlJRs
Sola new paper: Yamazaki, K., Image Sharpening Method Suitable for Himawari-8 Images, SOLA, 2021, Vol.17, 224-227, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-039, https://t.co/Olhfh9dNLd https://t.co/8ME4su5NBL
Sola new paper: Fujibe and Matsumoto, Estimation of Excess Deaths during Hot Summers in Japan, SOLA, Vol.17, 220-223, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-038, https://t.co/T07B15Xjyu https://t.co/oX2t8ViQMw
Sola new paper: Takagi et al., Meteorological Control of Subtropical South American Methane Emissions Estimated from GOSAT Observations, SOLA, 2021, Vol.17, 213-219, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-037, https://t.co/l6C8WluWpQ https://t.co/IWYb1JOlKH
Sola new paper: Fukui and Murata, Sensitivity to Horizontal Resolution of Regional Climate Model in Simulated Precipitation over Kyushu in Baiu Season, SOLA, Vol.17, 207-212, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-036, https://t.co/aPsizNr2KA https://t.co/9cxZrE1RTs
Sola new paper: Dorji et al., Statistical Analyses on the Seasonal Rainfall Trend and Annual Rainfall Variability in Bhutan, SOLA, Vol.17, 202-206, doi:https://t.co/SiMLRRIZGf https://t.co/xF3wyKO501
Sola new paper: Umehara et al., Analysis of the Tornadic Debris Signatures of the Ichihara Tornado in a Typhoon Environment Using Two Operational C-band Dual-Polarization Weather Radars, SOLA, Vol.17, 196-201, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-034, https://t.co/2iRsO7eKuZ https://t.co/witJy47kSQ
Sola early online release: Shibuya et al., Objective Classification of Controlling Factors for the Occurrence of the Wide-spread Extreme Precipitation Events during the Baiu season over Western Japan, SOLA, 2021, Vol.17, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-044, https://t.co/fw5i2JtyU6
Sola early online release: Kohyama et al., Intensive Variability Extraction, SOLA, 2021, Vol.17, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-043, https://t.co/eAUef8GNQA
Sola early online release: Kawai et al., High sensitivity of Asian dust emission, transport, and climate impacts to threshold friction velocity, SOLA, 2021, Vol.17, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-042, https://t.co/OkmNC3tzAq
Sola early online release: Konagaya et al., Land–sea contrast of nearshore wind conditions: Case study in Mutsu-Ogawara, SOLA, 2021, Vol.17, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-041, https://t.co/VKgd7DDxlT
Sola early online release: Ota et al., Spatial-Scale Characteristics of a Three-Dimensional Cloud-Resolving Solar Radiation Budget Based on Monte Carlo Radiative Transfer Simulations, SOLA, 2021, Vol.17, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-040, https://t.co/uuk3EjbVO1
Sola new paper: Shimada, T., Strong Surface Winds in the Vicinity of Cape Erimo: Distributions and Synoptic Fields, SOLA, 2021, Vol.17, 191-195, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-033, https://t.co/2eIe2bONVU https://t.co/bouqG2KFkA
Sola new paper: Itahashi et al., The 36-Year Historical Variation of Precipitation Chemistry during 1976-2011 at Ryori WMO-GAW Station in Japan, SOLA, Vol.17, 184-190, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-032, https://t.co/rzLUeufn5v https://t.co/IYCelYx9tx
Sola new paper: Seiki et al., Relationship between the Boreal Summer Intraseasonal Oscillation and the Pacific-Japan Pattern and Its Interannual Modulations, SOLA, 2021, Vol.17, 177-183, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-031, https://t.co/j6RMeCchob https://t.co/2rEYo4MDAZ
Sola early online release: Takagi et al., Meteorological control of subtropical South American methane emissions estimated from GOSAT observations, SOLA, Vol.17, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-037, https://t.co/SQV10sftff
Sola early online release: Fujibe and Matsumoto, Estimation of excess deaths during hot summers in Japan, SOLA, 2021, Vol.17, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-038, https://t.co/Zx4geSCrfm
Sola early online release: Fukui and Murata, Sensitivity to horizontal resolution of regional climate model in simulated precipitation over Kyushu in Baiu season, SOLA, 2021, Vol.17, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-036, https://t.co/PDQd6OD3qf
Sola new paper: Kanno and Matsuyama, Pre-1906 Extension of Precipitation Data for Chichi-Jima in the Ogasawara (Bonin) Islands Based on the Analysis of Historical Documents, SOLA, 2021, Vol.17, 170-176, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-030, https://t.co/h35w5NRSYH https://t.co/yqt5MdrcJ0
Sola early online release: Dorji et al., Statistical Analyses on the Seasonal Rainfall Trend and Annual Rainfall Variability in Bhutan, SOLA, 2021, Vol.17, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-035, https://t.co/XRNVIBbZJ7
Sola early online release: Umehara et al., Analysis of the Tornadic Debris Signatures of the Ichihara Tornado in a Typhoon Environment Using Two Operational C-band Dual-Polarization Weather Radars, SOLA, 2021, Vol.17, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-034, https://t.co/Glow03IJV8
Sola early online release: Shimada, T., Strong surface winds in the vicinity of Cape Erimo: Distributions and synoptic fields, SOLA, Vol.17, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-033, https://t.co/F9oMopzxcE
Sola new paper: Takemura and Mukougawa, Tropical Cyclogenesis Triggered by Rossby Wave Breaking over the Western North Pacific, SOLA, Vol.17, 164-169, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-029, https://t.co/XtXVh59iyU https://t.co/KYLdzHWaIq
Sola new paper: Ueda et al., Enhanced Subtropical Anticyclone over the Indo–Pacific Ocean Associated with Stagnation of the Meiyu–Baiu Rainband during Summer, 2020, SOLA, 2021, Vol.17B,14-18, doi:10.2151/sola.17B-002, https://t.co/v3PheXtMGa https://t.co/oThvtIFB9y
Sola early online release: Seiki et al., Relationship between the boreal summer intraseasonal oscillation and the Pacific-Japan pattern and its interannual modulations, SOLA, 2021, Vol.17, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-031, https://t.co/M5tJwY3VpH
Sola early online release: Kanno and Matsuyama, Pre-1906 extension of precipitation data for Chichi-jima in the Ogasawara (Bonin) Islands based on the analysis of historical documents, SOLA, 2021, Vol.17, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-030, https://t.co/YVHyL6x9n9
Sola new paper: Gong et al., Effects of Anomalous Arctic Polar Vortex on Vegetation Growth in Northern Eurasia, SOLA, 2021, Vol.17, 151-157, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-027, https://t.co/ckRr2ONKei https://t.co/TSLRZHfvVU
Sola new paper: Bao et al., Variations in Frequency and Intensity of Dust Events Crossing the Mongolia–China Border, SOLA, 2021, Vol.17, 145-150, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-026, https://t.co/hRE62br06i https://t.co/YOgSb3GC31
Sola new paper: Kuramochi et al., Anomalous Warm Winter 2019/2020 over East Asia Associated with Trans-basin Indo-Pacific Connections, SOLA, Vol.17B, 9-13, doi:10.2151/sola.17B-001, https://t.co/GhYlNAjeIh https://t.co/esekOeMl5c
Sola new paper: Miyachi and Enomoto, Tropical Cyclone Track Forecasts Using NCEP-GFS with Initial Conditions from Three Analyses, SOLA, Vol.17, 140-144, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-025, https://t.co/7YlwYiLth1 https://t.co/SON9pkfUhO
Sola early online release: Bethel and Dusabe, The Uncertain Influence of the African Great Lakes and the Indian Ocean Dipole on Local-scale East Africa Short Rains, SOLA, 2021, Vol.17, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-028, https://t.co/UAliMqPrPC
Sola early online release: Takemura and Mukougawa, Tropical Cyclogenesis Triggered by Rossby Wave Breaking over the Western North Pacific, SOLA, 2021, Vol.17, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-029, https://t.co/HrlIwYhRlv
Sola new paper: Yamada and Kuribayashi, Topographic Effect on Heavy Rainfall Caused by Typhoon Hagibis (2019) in Nagano, Japan, SOLA, 2021, Vol.17A, doi:10.2151/sola.17A-008, https://t.co/BrkojRAhUi https://t.co/8CxbVAQY9E
Sola early online release: Kuramochi et al., Anomalous Warm Winter 2019/2020 over East Asia associated with Trans-basin Indo-Pacific connections, SOLA, 2021, Vol.17B, doi:10.2151/sola.17B-001, https://t.co/RP1RAyEN47

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@SOLA_metsoc I solved the problem. Correct link is this: https://t.co/imJoxP5yNu thx a lot! :)
New Online Release of JMSJ Vol. 100, No.2 (April 2022) Ishioka, K., N. Yamamoto, and M. Fujita, 2022: A formulation of a three-dimensional spectral model for the primitive equations. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 100, 445-469. https://t.co/jDQ3H9cO7H https://t.co/11SQTDOUhQ
New Online Release of JMSJ Vol. 100, No.2 (April 2022) Tohjima et al., 2022: Did Atmospheric CO2 and CH4 observation at Yonagunijima detect fossil-fuel CO2 reduction due to COVID-19 lockdown? J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 100, 437-444. https://t.co/T76hybfb5I https://t.co/vsCRLXFTiS
New Online Release of JMSJ Vol. 100, No.2 (April 2022) Hsu, W.-C., K. Kikuchi, H. Annamalai, and K. J. Richards, 2022: Assessing the representation of ISO- related ocean forcing in the tropics in atmospheric reanalyses. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 100, 415-435. https://t.co/PM6d9f9D1k https://t.co/1cLBsup6GO
New Online Release of JMSJ Vol.100,No.2(April) Wada et al., 2022: Interactions between a tropical cyclone and upper-tropospheric cold-core lows simulated by an atmosphere-wave-ocean coupled model: A case study of Typhoon Jongdari (2018). JMSJ, 100,387-414. https://t.co/sS4nABnxUx https://t.co/HWlVyjAanf
New Online Release of JMSJ Vol. 100, No.2 (April 2022) Patra et al., 2022: Forward and inverse modelling of atmospheric nitrous oxide using MIROC4-atmospheric chemistry-transport model. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 100, 361-386. https://t.co/nTENvHphpB https://t.co/RwCv7IYPL4
New Online Release of JMSJ Vol. 100, No.2 (April 2022) Ishijima et al., 2022: Understanding temporal variations of atmospheric radon-222 around Japan using model simulations. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 100,343-359. https://t.co/1InmQuKFBJ https://t.co/x53WrsTNPB
New Online Release of JMSJ Vol. 100, No.2 (April 2022) Ito, K., 2022: Bias in near-real-time global sea surface temperature analysis of Japan Meteorological Agency associated with tropical cyclone passages in western North Pacific. J.M.S.J, 100, 321-341. https://t.co/t8RC4CLKjh https://t.co/Ja30zUMU4u
New Online Release of JMSJ Vol. 100, No.2 (April 2022)! Tao, W.-K., S. Lang, T. Iguchi, and Y. Song, 2022: Goddard latent heating retrieval algorithm for TRMM and GPM. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 100, 293 - 320. https://t.co/8HB6ijMKxm https://t.co/eXEGb54J7n
New Graphical Abstract now available online! Hsieh, M.-K., Y.-W. Chen, Y.-C. Chen, and C.-M. Wu, 2022: The roles of local circulation and boundary layer development in tracer transport over complex topography in central Taiwan. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 100. https://t.co/1CPaJvBMS3 https://t.co/jAKRxXvue7
New Graphical Abstract now available online! Li et al., 2022: Improvement of the ensemble methods in the dynamical–statistical–analog ensemble forecast model for landfalling typhoon precipitation. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 100,https://t.co/7bPTwyjjVR https://t.co/TXtbWRjHvd
New Online Release of JMSJ Vol. 100, No.1 (February 2022)! Takahashi, C., Y. Imada, and M. Watanabe, 2022: Influence of the Madden-Julian Oscillation on wintertime extreme snowfall and precipitation in Japan. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 100, 257-283. https://t.co/lf7dwPnUAj https://t.co/6AHoiDJ58o
New Online Release of JMSJ Vol. 100, No.1 (February 2022)! Kudo, A., 2022: Statistical post-processing for gridded temperature prediction using encoder–decoder-based deep convolutional neural networks. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 100, 219-232. https://t.co/Wc8U4whCbp https://t.co/HFbizbkgUv
New Online Release of JMSJ! Goto, D., and J. Uchida, 2022: Uncertainty in aerosol rainout processes through the case of the radioactive materials emitted by the Fukushima Dai-ichi Nuclear Power Plant in March 2011. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 100, 197-217. https://t.co/UYACwTEp2S https://t.co/ZEGoozEhnt
New Online Release of JMSJ Vol. 100, No.1 (February 2022)! Miyamoto, Y., H. Fudeyasu, and A. Wada, 2022: Intensity and structural changes of numerically simulated Typhoon Faxai (1915) before landfall. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 100, 181-196. https://t.co/IOZBo3TJwY https://t.co/1NpXGG1QTR
New Online Release of JMSJ! Liu, Y. L., C.-Y. Tam, and A. Y. M. Au-Yeung, 2022: Sensitivity of western north Pacific summertime tropical synoptic-scale disturbances to extratropical forcing – A regional climate model study. JMSJ, 100, 167-180. https://t.co/9xgpKxwnNH https://t.co/vx0Su3tusd
New Online Release! Nakai, S. et al., 2022: Relationships between radar reflectivity factor and liquid-equivalent snowfall rate derived by direct comparison of X-band radar and disdrometer observations in Niigata Prefecture, Japan. JMSJ, 100, 45-56. https://t.co/wpoJ5xGrAF https://t.co/3pBpobUJDK
New Graphical Abstract now available online! https://t.co/8pzQ0FYPEy Tao, W.-K., S. Lang, T. Iguchi, and Y. Song, 2022: Goddard latent heating retrieval algorithm for TRMM and GPM. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 100, https://t.co/8HB6ijMKxm. https://t.co/zHzIxzAvhQ
New Graphical Abstract now available online! https://t.co/kLwUgrDCm3 Siswanto et al., 2022: Observed increase of urban short duration rainfall extremes as surface temperature rise: The Jakarta case. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 100, https://t.co/GRAI64dvw4. https://t.co/shWgv4WEMq
New Graphical Abstract now available online! https://t.co/ug2BZeAIvi Ishijima, K. et al., 2022: Understanding temporal variations of atmospheric Radon-222 around Japan using model simulations. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 100, https://t.co/1InmQuKFBJ. https://t.co/Nl75LLesHA
New Graphical Abstract now available online! https://t.co/52YIu3g3ko Ishioka, K., N. Yamamoto, and M. Fujita, 2022: A formulation of a three-dimensional spectral model for the primitive equations. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 100, https://t.co/jDQ3H9cO7H. https://t.co/LdUbjdeGwY
New Graphical Abstract now available online! https://t.co/LoAhfUj1Ge Tohjima, Y. et al., 2022: Did atmospheric CO2 and CH4 observation at Yonagunijima detect fossil-fuel CO2 reduction due to COVID-19 lockdown? J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 100, https://t.co/T76hybfb5I. https://t.co/w2FtSHnJJK
New Graphical Abstract now available online! https://t.co/awiApXTUZi Hsu, W.-C. et al., 2022: Assessing the representation of intraseasonal oscillation-related ocean forcing in the tropics in atmospheric reanalyses. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 100, https://t.co/PM6d9f9D1k. https://t.co/315LLDr6OE
New Graphical Abstract now available online! https://t.co/s81ikuWAou Mogi, A., and M. Watanabe, 2022: Qualifying contributions of teleconnection patterns to extremely hot summers in Japan. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 100, https://t.co/g6ZYkTJmLS. https://t.co/2CJe5Vpgb7
New Graphical Abstract now available online! https://t.co/yVFj4sJDpj Tsuyuki, T. and R. Tamura, 2022: Nonlinear data assimilation by deep learning embedded in an ensemble Kalman filter. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 100, https://t.co/b8lcatqGiI https://t.co/f9rO3V8QS5
New Graphical Abstract now available online! https://t.co/YtOZ4JeHeK Liu, Y. L. et al., 2022: Sensitivity of western north Pacific summertime tropical synoptic-scale disturbances to extratropical forcing – A regional climate model study. JMSJ, 100, https://t.co/9xgpKxwVDf. https://t.co/ntr7dowPmz
(Correction) New Graphical Abstract now available online! https://t.co/i4Tz7pNit2 Huang, H.-P., and G. N. Raghunathan, 2022: Predictability associated with high-latitude retrograde waves in the 1979-80 winter season. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 100, https://t.co/kPE3hUuLyf https://t.co/1b8Gsn1qEC
New Graphical Abstract now available online! https://t.co/i4Tz7pNit2 uang, H.-P., and G. N. Raghunathan, 2022: Predictability associated with high-latitude retrograde waves in the 1979-80 winter season. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 100, https://t.co/kPE3hUuLyf. https://t.co/dPecYoqnPo
Small mistake! New Graphical Abstract now available online! https://t.co/8l9q0o6NWA Takamura, T. and P. Khatri, 2021: Uncertainties in radiation measurement using a rotating shadow-band spectro-radiometer. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 99, https://t.co/myFQpOXpcb.
ew Graphical Abstract now available online! https://t.co/8l9q0o6NWA Takamura, T. and P. Khatri, 2021: Uncertainties in radiation measurement using a rotating shadow-band spectro-radiometer. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 99, https://t.co/myFQpOXpcb. https://t.co/fp6muzqeS0
New Graphical Abstract now available online! https://t.co/4dQBtuRZCF Takahashi, C., Y. Imada, and M. Watanabe, 2022: Influence of the Madden-Julian Oscillation on wintertime extreme snowfall and precipitation in Japan. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 100, https://t.co/lf7dwPEXCj. https://t.co/HXQ9uzYk4u
New Online Release! Ohara et al., 2021: Impacts of evaporative cooling from raindrops on the frontal heavy rainfall formation over western Japan on 5-8 July 2018. JMSJ, 99, 1351-1369. Special Edition on Extreme Rainfall Events in 2017 and 2018, https://t.co/yQzoB6ZIPe https://t.co/D34dmokt0c
New Online Release now available online! Hioki, T., and K. Tsuboki, 2021: The mechanisms of warm core development and pressure falls of a developing typhoon as simulated by a cloud-resolving model. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 99, 1329-1350. https://t.co/FYIEUqWMVR https://t.co/334hWF6Pu3
New Online Release now available online! Yamada et al., 2021: The double warm-core structure of Typhoon Lan (2017) as observed through the first Japanese eyewall-penetrating aircraft reconnaissance. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 99, 1297-1327. https://t.co/lefRywt8ld https://t.co/lFLxgDOFm0
New Online Release now available online! Heim et al., 2021: Inter-model variability in convection-resolving simulations of subtropical marine low clouds. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 99, 1271-1295. Special Edition on DYAMOND https://t.co/YMQSRpCsgY https://t.co/Bab0xcrZQA
New Online Release now available online! Awaka et al., 2021: Development of precipitation type classification algorithms for a full scan mode of GPM Dual-Frequency Precipitation Radar. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 99, 1253-1270. https://t.co/NaubLJUG1W https://t.co/KHJCuRxneT
New Online Release now available online! Hirose et al., 2021: Refinement of surface precipitation estimates for the Dual-frequency Precipitation Radar on the GPM Core Observatory using near-nadir measurements. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 99, 1231-1252. https://t.co/qI5QnioMsV https://t.co/oeFMLXLR80
New Online Release! Aonashi et al., 2021: Intro. of a mixed lognormal PDF and a new displacement correction method for precip. to the ensemble-based variational assimilation of the all-sky microwave imager brightness temperatures. JMSJ, 99, 1201-1230. https://t.co/zrh0gMx3Qv
New Online Release now available online! Si, D., Y. Ding, and D. Jiang, 2021: A low-frequency downstream development process leading to the outbreak of a mega-cold wave event in East Asia. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 99, 1185-1200. https://t.co/P5LmQeyDMv https://t.co/rogQnPYGjz
New Online Release now available online! Nguyen et al., 2021: Application of a nudged general circulation model to the interpretation of the mean age of air derived from stratospheric samples in the tropics. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 99, 1149-1167. https://t.co/iSnBUpS0p8 https://t.co/FCl3huE9uW
New Graphical Abstract now available online! https://t.co/SXBMohTI7r Tochimoto, E. et al., 2022: Ensemble experiments for a maritime meso-β-scale vortex that spawned tornado-like vortices causing shipwrecks. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 100, https://t.co/JWPkYUlwRV. https://t.co/OXp41oId6W
New Graphical Abstract of JMSJ now available online! https://t.co/rt0XEGzFUE Ikuta et al., 2021: Variational data assimilation system for operational regional models at Japan Meteorological Agency. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 99, https://t.co/nOg5DmhVad https://t.co/Knfzynr4Pu
New Graphical Abstract of JMSJ now available online! https://t.co/VYGVGtbAWW Endo, H., A. Kitoh, R. Mizuta, and T. Ose, 2021: Different future changes between early and late summer monsoon precipitation in East Asia J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 99, https://t.co/FyEZa0yWG5 https://t.co/d8ihEKv1p1
New Graphical Abstract of JMSJ now available online! https://t.co/tzn2PnxqNm Yang, W.-T. et al., 2021: Comparative evaluation of the performances of TRMM-3B42 and CMORPH precipitation estimates over Thailand. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 99, https://t.co/iy2JQeHqBv https://t.co/VaO7Kv6c1W
New JMSJ Online Publication at J-Stage Released! https://t.co/nv0klR3sxa Kodera, K., N. Eguchi, R. Ueyama, B. M. Funatsu, M. Gaetani, and C. M. Taylor, 2021: The impact of tropical tropopause cooling on Sahelian extreme deep convection. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 99, 1127-1139. https://t.co/5bdygC3hYy
New JMSJ Online Publication Released! https://t.co/qDzlFx4Wwv Sekiyama & Kajino, 2021: Performance of a 250-m grid Eulerian dispersion simulation evaluated at two coastal monitoring stations in the vicinity of the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant. JMSJ, 99, 1089-1098. https://t.co/ZlHEF14hv5
New JMSJ Online Publication at J-Stage Released! https://t.co/H3yVV2JoLy Song, J. et al., 2021: Recent weakening of the interannual relationship between ENSO Modoki and boreal summer tropical cyclone frequency over the western North Pacific. JMSJ, 99, 1071-1088. https://t.co/yCMVtAAWiN
New JMSJ Online Publication at J-Stage Released! https://t.co/ctY0EFl5cO Komatsu, K. K. et al., 2021: Validation of GSMaP products for a heavy rainfall event over complex terrain in Mongolia captured by the GPM core observatory. JMSJ, 99, 1003-1022. https://t.co/nsecuCopKw
New JMSJ Online Publication at J-Stage Released! https://t.co/ckxBtCOElk Sato, T., and H. Kusaka, 2021: Statistical intercomparison of similarity metrics in sea level pressure pattern classification. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 99, 993-1001. https://t.co/7sAUPRT74H
New JMSJ Online Publication at J-Stage Released! https://t.co/4kfvOxxunz Shibuya, R. et al., 2021: Prediction skill of the boreal summer intra-seasonal oscillation in global non-hydrostatic atmospheric model simulations with explicit cloud microphysics. JMSJ, 99, 973-992. https://t.co/YqfW8Ahm9l
New JMSJ Online Publication at J-Stage Released! https://t.co/kIbvSbp3c0 Kikuchi, K., 2021: The Boreal summer intraseasonal oscillation: A review. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 99, 933-972. https://t.co/LbueCe2bu5
New JMSJ Online Publication at J-Stage Released! https://t.co/2AYmNMeTSr Chien, F.-C., Y.-C. Chiu, and C.-H. Tsou, 2021: A Climatological study of southwesterly flows and heavy precipitation in Taiwan during Mei-yu seasons from 1979 to 2018. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 99, 913-931. https://t.co/iprDuiL4aU
New JMSJ Online Publication at J-Stage Released! https://t.co/8rZHr0tTHf Hirata, H., R. Kawamura, M. Nonaka, and K. Tsuboki, 2021: Kuroshio-enhanced convective rainband associated with an extratropical cyclone in the cold season. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 99, 899-912. https://t.co/VKTYnKE6Y1
New JMSJ Online Publication at J-Stage Released! https://t.co/ek0Vej9kMb Takemura, K. et al., 2021: Decrease of Rossby wave breaking frequency over the middle North Pacific in boreal summer under global warming in large-ensemble climate simulations. JMSJ, 99, 879-897. https://t.co/FqoJBhg3j7
New JMSJ Online Publication at J-Stage Released! https://t.co/QPK40uuu48 Mapes, B., 2021: Toward form-function relationships for mesoscale structure in convection. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 99, 847-878. https://t.co/tlPEL5pho0
New JMSJ Online Publication at J-Stage Released! https://t.co/S2gTZWGECH Haynes, P., P. Hitchcock, M. Hitchman, S. Yoden, H. Hendon, G. Kiladis, K. Kodera, and I. Simpson, 2021: The influence of the stratosphere on the tropical troposphere. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 99, 803-845. https://t.co/YHuN0dgeXA
New JMSJ Online Publication at J-Stage Released! https://t.co/Zmpcl3dHwb Bui, H. X., and J.-Y. Yu, 2021: Impacts of model spatial resolution on the simulation of convective spectrum and the associated cloud radiative effect in the tropics. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 99, 789-802. https://t.co/RAqnZoC4V9
Sola new paper: Yamada and Kuribayashi, Topographic Effect on Heavy Rainfall Caused by Typhoon Hagibis (2019) in Nagano, Japan, SOLA, 2021, Vol.17A, doi:10.2151/sola.17A-008, https://t.co/BrkojRAhUi https://t.co/8CxbVAQY9E
Sola early online release: Bao et al., Variations in frequency and intensity of dust events crossing the Mongolia–China border, SOLA, 2021, Vol.17, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-026, https://t.co/gOytRdPKdN
Sola early online release: Miyachi and Enomoto, Tropical Cyclone Track Forecasts using NCEP-GFS with Initial Conditions from Three Analyses, SOLA, 2021,Vol.17, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-025, https://t.co/BL7V9liV2s
Sola early online release: Yamada and Kuribayashi, Topographic effect on heavy rainfall caused by Typhoon Hagibis (2019) in Nagano, Japan, SOLA, 2021, Vol.17A, doi:10.2151/sola.17A-008, https://t.co/UTiINki8JE
New Graphical Abstract of JMSJ now available online! https://t.co/0dt5i1ZxfR Yamada et al., 2021: The Double warm-core structure of Typhoon Lan (2017) as observed through the first Japanese eyewall-penetrating aircraft reconnaissance. JMSJ, 99, https://t.co/lefRywKJJN. https://t.co/ThdME66ze0
New Graphical Abstract of JMSJ now available online! https://t.co/FLKzWKheDW Si, D., Y. Ding, and D. Jiang, 2021: A low-frequency downstream development process leading to the outbreak of a mega-cold wave event in East Asia. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 99, https://t.co/P5LmQeyDMv. https://t.co/d09scqV8z2
New Graphical Abstract of JMSJ now available online! https://t.co/pqFAcIQLt1 Heim, C., L. Hentgen, N. Ban, and C. Schär, 2021: Inter-model variability in convection- resolving simulations of subtropical marine low clouds. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 99, https://t.co/YMQSRpCsgY. https://t.co/16m0JVzeM3
New Graphical Abstract now available online! https://t.co/TF5qRO3drE Ohara et al., 2021: Impacts of evaporative cooling from raindrops on the frontal heavy rainfall formation over western Japan on 5-8 July 2018. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 99, https://t.co/yQzoB6ZIPe. https://t.co/Z7Vwsik8GE
New Graphical Abstract of JMSJ now available online! https://t.co/ZfK8PFf1pX Nguyen et al., (2021): Application of a nudge general circulation model to the interpretation of the mean age of air derived from stratospheric samples in the tropics. JMSJ, 99, https://t.co/iSnBUpS0p8 https://t.co/jQhqdYW1NP
Sola early online release: Wu and Takemi, The Impact of Topography on the Initial Error Growth Associated with Moist Convection, SOLA, VOL.17, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-024, https://t.co/lIBhbJYc7u
Sola early online release: Kanada et al., Projection of Future Enhancement of Heavy Rainfalls Associated with Typhoon Hagibis (2019) using a Regional 1-km-mesh Atmosphere-Ocean Coupled Model, SOLA, VOL.17, doi:10.2151/sola.17A-007, https://t.co/TBBEzlHe55
Just published online! Moroda, Y., K. Tsuboki, S. Satoh, K. Nakagawa, T. Ushio, and S. Shimizu, 2021: Structure and evolution of precipitation cores in an isolated convective storm observed by phased array weather radar. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 99, 765-784. https://t.co/WLXJj2mhTt https://t.co/gOLjRvQh2B
Just published online! Kumar et al., 2021: Hybrid assimilation of satellite rainfall product with high density gauge network to improve daily estimation: a case of Karnataka, India. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 99, 741-763. https://t.co/iBrmcVMuun https://t.co/S7RQ5eUQjs
Just published online! Yamada, Y., 2021: An efficient practical post-processing algorithm for the quality control of dual-pulse repetition frequency Doppler velocity data. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 99, 731-739. https://t.co/14fChTNX28 https://t.co/AyvbLIlvkR
Just published online! Nakamura, K., 2021: Progress from TRMM to GPM. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 99, 697-729. Special Edition on Global Precipitation Measurement (GPM): 5th Anniversary, https://t.co/Q99ys71TbZ https://t.co/07HVwJZZJS
Just published online! Takata, K., and N. Hanasaki, 2021: Investigating runoff sensitivity in the land-surface model MATSIRO to reduce low runoff bias. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 99, 685-695. https://t.co/3KIvp894k2 https://t.co/azBw9q4eAH
Just published online! Yamaji, M., T. Kubota, and M. K. Yamamoto, 2021: An approach to reliability characterization of GSMaP near-real-time precipitation product. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 99, 673-684. Special Edition on GPM: 5th Anniversary, https://t.co/sAxbeDkbds https://t.co/cldB3734bn
Just published online! Cui et al., 2021: Vertical evolution of microphysical properties during snow events in middle latitudes of China observed by a C-band vertically pointing radar. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 99, 649-671. https://t.co/igIWnbJQGC https://t.co/c6ZTKGLsEN
Just published online! Cheng, C. T., and K. Suzuki, 2021: Size-resolved aerosol microphysics in a global nonhydrostatic atmospheric model: Model description and validation. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 99, 621-648. https://t.co/AoGY5ZhAxM https://t.co/UZJ664DTYR
Just published online! Kobayashi, T., M. Nomura, A. Adachi, S. Sugimoto, N. Takahashi, and H. Hirakuchi, 2021: Retrieval of attenuation profiles from the GPM dual-frequency radar observations. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 99, 603-620. https://t.co/d8PGEb2HKL https://t.co/ZEFAxPXR9m
New Graphical Abstract of JMSJ now available online! https://t.co/Z6JaUfxtLW Barreyat, M., P. Chambon, J.-F. Mahfouf, G. Faure, and Y. Ikuta, 2021: A 1D Bayesian inversion applied to GPM Microwave Imager observations: Sensitivity studies. JMSJ, 99, https://t.co/SrLoeVeDW4 https://t.co/R3FKzqwpbJ
New Graphic Abstract of JMSJ now online! https://t.co/ScXajvjLlX. Kodera, K., N. Eguchi, R. Ueyama, B. M. Funatsu, M. Gaetani, and C. M. Taylor, 2021: The impact of tropical tropopause cooling on Sahelian extreme deep convection. JMSJ, 99, https://t.co/nv0klR3sxa. https://t.co/4BWSRU2Gxj
New GA now available online! https://t.co/LtWt0a0MsU Shibuya, R. et al., 2021: Prediction skill of the boreal summer intra-seasonal oscillation in global non-hydrostatic atmospheric model simulations with explicit cloud microphysics. JMSJ, 99, https://t.co/4kfvOxxunz. https://t.co/3RbxRfqZ19
New Graphical Abstract of JMSJ now available online! https://t.co/u4c9QrSPgt Sato, T., and H. Kusaka, 2021: Statistical intercomparison of similarity metrics in sea level pressure pattern classification. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 99, https://t.co/ckxBtCOElk. https://t.co/Z1vbCivCka
New Graphical Abstract now available online! https://t.co/yPxRviMoQG Wu, Y.-J. et al., 2021: Precipitation processes of a thunderstorm occurred on 19 August 2014 in northern Taiwan documented by using a high resolution 4DVar data assimilation system. https://t.co/XWydiVyURE. https://t.co/Jrz94vs7Dm
New Graphical Abstract of JMSJ now available online! https://t.co/tOEqLenvFk Nakamura, K., 2021: Progress from TRMM to GPM. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 99, Special Edition on Global Precipitation Measurement (GPM): 5th Anniversary, https://t.co/Q99ys71TbZ. https://t.co/fWFKbJHW90
New Graphical Abstract has come out online at https://t.co/ZgNajryGTn Cheng, C. T., and K. Suzuki, 2021: Size-resolved aerosol microphysics in a global nonhydrostatic atmospheric model: Model description and validation. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 99, https://t.co/AoGY5YZZGe. https://t.co/OKHnfvJgMO
Highlighted Paper on U. Tokyo/AORI page at https://t.co/vhUQSR4K3N Oizumi, T. et al., 2020: Ultra-high resolution numerical weather prediction with a large domain using the K computer. Part 2. JMSJ, 98, 1163-1182. https://t.co/XOs80vt3SY
New Graphical Abstract now available online! https://t.co/kUFNMpShZ2 Judt, F. et al., 2021: Tropical cyclones in global storm-resolving models. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 99, Special Edition on DYAMOND https://t.co/URbRuGAPrh. https://t.co/32Q6Z6L8YN
New Graphical Abstract is now available online! https://t.co/yurZj4sLqE Cui, Y. et al., 2021: Vertical evolution of microphysical properties during snow events in middle latitudes of China observed by a C-band vertically pointing radar. JMSJ, 99, https://t.co/igIWnbJQGC https://t.co/aXRivpOVai
New Graphical Abstract is now available online! https://t.co/HVLJPgXbRo Feng, L. et al., 2021: Selected years of monsoon variations and extratropical dry-air intrusions compared with the Sumatran GPS array observations in Indonesia. JMSJ, 99, https://t.co/eOS9tuj11h https://t.co/75CR5mUbJo
New Graphical Abstract is now available online! https://t.co/Spu0oEoS9x Jain, S., R. Chhin, R. M. Doherty, S. K. Mishra, and S. Yoden, 2021: A new graphical method to diagnose the impacts of model changes on climate sensitivity. JMSJ, 99, https://t.co/qKMimgGgXT https://t.co/T90TNm4wVm
New Graphical Abstract is now available online! https://t.co/J157WTvghS De Meyer, V. and R. Roca, 2021: Thermodynamic scaling of extreme daily precipitation over the tropical ocean from satellite observations. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 99, https://t.co/hB3NIbQrzv https://t.co/CQ6s5TrNT2
New article has been just published online! https://t.co/rNBYFq4Osc Tseng, W.-L., C.-C. Hong, M.-Y. Lee, H.-H. Hsu and C.-C. Chang, 2020: Compound effect of local and remote sea surface temperature on the unusual 2018 western North Pacific summer monsoon. JMSJ, 98, 1369-1385. https://t.co/B0W1Aw4lQ5
New article has been just published online! https://t.co/zgBBjVpQSS Zou, S. et al., 2020: Description and attribution analysis of the 2017 spring anomalous high temperature causing floods in Kazakhstan. JMSJ, 98, 1353-1368. https://t.co/tpxHMx0GU1
New article has been just published online! https://t.co/JsiA3YXAgA Huang, Q., X. Ge, and M. Peng, 2020: Impacts of an upper-level easterly wave on the sudden track change of Typhoon Megi (2010). J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 98, 1335-1352. https://t.co/nDsubP8rOk
New article has been just published online! https://t.co/s1MagPRcOg Yamaguchi, M., and S. Maeda, 2020: Slowdown of typhoon translation speeds in mid-latitudes in September influenced by the Pacific Decadal Oscillation and global warming. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 98, 1321-1334. https://t.co/vF480SWqvE
New article just published online! https://t.co/qw2bG6lWH3 Kawazoe, S., M. Fujita, S. Sugimoto, Y. Okada, and S. Watanabe, 2020: Projected changes of extremely cool summer days over northeastern Japan simulated by 20 km-mesh large ensemble experiment. JMSJ, 98, 1305-1319. https://t.co/zwvIR5gzLj
New article has been just published online! https://t.co/pjpB42xZmz Arnold, N. P., W. M. Putman, and S. R. Freitas, 2020: Impact of resolution and parameterized convection on the diurnal cycle of precipitation in a global nonhydrostatic model. JMSJ, 98, 1279-1304. https://t.co/9LKzqFw7Td
New article has been just published online! https://t.co/BMXhm3Ux5r Tamura, K., and T. Sato, 2020: Responses of polar mesocyclone genesis to topographic forcing along the eastern coast of Eurasian continent. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 98, 1261-1277. https://t.co/CAtVs3VCJ7
New article has been just published online! https://t.co/rafxYosEww Zhou, X., L. Wu, Q. Liu, and Y. Zheng, 2020: Influence of low-level, high-entropy air in the eye on tropical cyclone intensity: A trajectory analysis. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 98, 1231-1243. https://t.co/6GvjMX4RJ3
New article just published online! https://t.co/nh7b7dvcQa Harada, Y., H. Endo, and K. Takemura, 2020: Characteristics of large-scale atmospheric fields during heavy rainfall events in western Japan: Comparison with an extreme event in early July 2018. JMSJ, 98, 1207-1229. https://t.co/MGhTHSjz7J
New article just published online! https://t.co/XOs80vt3SY Oizumi et al., 2020: Ultra-high resolution numerical weather prediction with a large domain using the K computer. Part 2: The case of the Hiroshima heavy rainfall event on August 2014 and dependency on model resolutions. https://t.co/Ezu3cf1n3g

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