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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Pre-1906 extension of precipitation data for Chichi-jima in the Ogasawara (Bonin) Islands based on the analysis of historical documents, SOLA, 2021, Vol.17, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-030, https://t.co/YVHyL6x9n9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
Sola early online release: 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, doi:10.2151/sola.17B-002, https://t.co/GYFyEvjeVK
Sola new paper: Kai et al., Dust Hotspot in the Gobi Desert: A Field Survey in April 2019, SOLA, Vol.17, 130-133, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-023, https://t.co/XJC3eCToBO https://t.co/JkSVYpQhJz
Sola new paper: Wu and Takemi, The Impact of Topography on the Initial Error Growth Associated with Moist Convection, SOLA, 2021, Vol.17, 134-139, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-024, https://t.co/mOfq6mPXXg https://t.co/kvVxkoZ4pD
Sola new paper: 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, 2021, Vol.17A, doi:10.2151/sola.17A-007, 38-44, https://t.co/6dscmP7FoD https://t.co/aprM7EeTmf
Sola early online release: Gong et al., Effects of Anomalous Arctic Polar Vortex on Vegetation Growth in Northern Eurasia, SOLA, 2021, Vol.17, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-027, https://t.co/j75Cqc7Cem
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
Sola new paper: Katsumata et al., Corrigendum: “An Attempt to Retrieve Continuous Water Vapor Profiles in Marine Lower Troposphere Using Shipboard Raman/Mie Lidar System”, SOLA, 2021, Vol.17, c1-c4, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-022, https://t.co/pr8zTPUs7m https://t.co/QsZlydpn0h
Sola new paper: Ishiyama and Tanaka, Analysis of Vorticity Budget for a Developing Extraordinary Arctic Cyclone in August 2016, SOLA, 2021, Vol.17, 120-124, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-020, https://t.co/AL7Ct2hiTX https://t.co/QJYrZRTlvw
Sola new paper: Takemura et al., Interdecadal Variability of Rossby Wave Breaking Frequency near Japan in August, SOLA, 2021, Vol.17, 125-129, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-021, https://t.co/8HUIfKGRbA https://t.co/Lnn2zECV9f
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
Sola early online release: Kai et al., Dust hotspot in the Gobi Desert: a field survey in April 2019, SOLA, 2021, Vol.17, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-023, https://t.co/2f6P4Nl3SW
Sola new paper: Honda and Miyoshi, Predictability of the July 2018 Heavy Rain Event in Japan Associated with Typhoon Prapiroon and Southern Convective Disturbances, SOLA, 2021, Vol.17, 113-119, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-018, https://t.co/axqYd69q3d https://t.co/UenhA4hJKx
Sola new paper: Horinouchi et al., Moisture Supply, Jet, and Silk-Road Wave Train Associated with the Prolonged Heavy Rainfall in Kyushu, Japan in Early July 2020, SOLA, 2021, VOL.17B, 1-8, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-019, https://t.co/0CXpA0bira https://t.co/8xw1xA18ur
Sola early online release: Katsumata et al., Corrigendum: An attempt to retrieve continuous water vapor profiles in marine lower troposphere using shipboard Raman/Mie lidar system, SOLA, 2021, Vol.17, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-022, https://t.co/qFejqQ9Fgi
Sola new paper: Watanabe et al., Volcanic Impact of Nishinoshima Eruptions in Summer 2020 on the Atmosphere over Central Japan: Results from Airborne Measurements of Aerosol and Trace Gases, SOLA, 2021, Vol.17, 109-112, 10.2151/sola.2021-017, https://t.co/dWSc45lULT https://t.co/m4FYulPu2Q
Sola new paper: Shiozaki and Enomoto, Two Types of Mid-Latitudes Responses during La Niña, SOLA, 2021, Vol.17, 103-108, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-016, https://t.co/dWg4UZiVlH https://t.co/EwvPtLAMRe
Sola new paper: Maldonado et al., Sensitivity to Initial and Boundary Perturbations in Convective-Scale Ensemble-Based Data Assimilation: Imperfect-Model OSSEs, SOLA, Vol.17, 96-102, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-015, https://t.co/78Qkr54fTv https://t.co/2L4QhWhQSM
Sola early online release: Takemura et al., Interdecadal Variability of Rossby Wave Breaking Frequency near Japan in August, SOLA, 2021, Vol.17, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-021, https://t.co/rs57PzNm9g
Sola new paper: Murazaki et al., Influence of High-Resolution SST on Early Summer Surface Air Temperature in Japan in Downscaling Experiments, SOLA, 2021, VOL.17, 88-95, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-014, https://t.co/ZFC6iZasGN https://t.co/j0mYz4eGQM
Sola new paper: Geng and Shirooka, Fine Structure of an Active Monsoon Trough Observed in the Western North Pacific, SOLA, 2021, VOL.17, 81-87, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-013, https://t.co/Wu2jkcKXrD https://t.co/DFxqhVLj3w
Sola new paper: Kondo et al., Evaluation of Cloud Microphysical Schemes for Winter Snowfall Events in Hokkaido: A Case Study of Snowfall by Winter Monsoon, SOLA, 2021, VOL.17, 74-80, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-012, https://t.co/1IYrhGYZTD https://t.co/tnPqTa4Mft
Sola early online release: Ishiyama and Tanaka, Analysis of Vorticity Budget for a Developing Extraordinary Arctic Cyclone in August 2016, SOLA, 2021, VOL.17, 10.2151/sola.2021-020, https://t.co/QzKh6StZqu
Sola early online release: Horinouchi et al., Moisture supply, jet, and Silk-Road wave train associated with the prolonged heavy rainfall in Kyushu, Japan in early July 2020, SOLA, 2021, VOL.17, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-019, https://t.co/jpnQd6Mkvq
Sola early online release: Honda and Miyoshi, Predictability of the July 2018 Heavy Rain Event in Japan Associated with Typhoon Prapiroon and Southern Convective Disturbances, SOLA, 2021, VOL.17, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-018, https://t.co/cyBOWg8lGk
Sola early online release: Watanabe et al., Volcanic Impact of Nishinoshima Eruptions in Summer 2020 on the Atmosphere over Central Japan: Results from Airborne Measurements of Aerosol and Trace Gases, SOLA, VOL.17, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-017, https://t.co/32f6GbnpSV
Sola new paper: Nakashita and Enomoto, Factors for an Abrupt Increase in Track Forecast Error of Typhoon Hagibis (2019), SOLA, 2021, VOL.17A, 33-37, doi:10.2151/sola.17A-006, https://t.co/xyjko9vDg0 https://t.co/9jlge6SH86
Sola new paper: Nugroho et al., Utilization of High-Resolution Boundary Layer Radar and Wavelet to Detect Microscale Downdraft-Updraft Combination, SOLA, 2021, VOL.17, 63-68, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-010, https://t.co/cRKtZQKgk4 https://t.co/iL2w3ApSt0
Sola early online release: Maldonado et al., Sensitivity to initial and boundary perturbations in convective-scale ensemble-based data assimilation: imperfect-model OSSEs, SOLA, 2021, VOL.17, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-015, https://t.co/ClUWW2FFNZ
Sola new paper: Shiogama et al., Selecting CMIP6-Based Future Climate Scenarios for Impact and Adaptation Studies, SOLA, 2021, VOL.17, 57-62, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-009, https://t.co/LfAw8Nfe3h https://t.co/WVvig76Tvi
Sola early online release: Murazaki et al., Influence of High-Resolution SST on Early Summer Surface Air Temperature in Japan in Downscaling Experiments, SOLA, 2021, VOL.17, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-014, https://t.co/9vd2dvLsv8
Sola new paper: Taylor et al., Predictability of the July 2020 Heavy Rainfall with the SCALE-LETKF, SOLA, 2021, VOL.17, 48-56, soi:10.2151/sola.2021-008, https://t.co/jUZebc79S2 https://t.co/qrOvLXw0jj
Sola early online release: Nakashita and Enomoto, Factors for an Abrupt Increase in Track Forecast Error of Typhoon Hagibis (2019), SOLA, VOL.17A, 10.2151/sola.17A-006, https://t.co/047RfjWr2L
Sola early online release: Geng and Shirooka, Fine Structure of an Active Monsoon Trough Observed in the Western North Pacific, SOLA, VOL.17, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-013, https://t.co/4Cvx2zSLrq
Sola new paper: Wada and Chan, Increasing TCHP in the Western North Pacific and Its Influence on the Intensity of FAXAI and HAGIBIS in 2019, SOLA, VOL.17A, 29-32, doi:10.2151/sola.17A-005, https://t.co/1DuBcYVXyl https://t.co/NPAD0nyL7M
Sola early online release: Kondo et al., Evaluation of cloud microphysical schemes for winter snowfall events in Hokkaido: A case study of snowfall by winter monsoon, SOLA, VOL.17, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-012, https://t.co/GL1og3mnzn
Sola new paper: Duc et al., Forecasts of the July 2020 Kyushu Heavy Rain Using a 1000-Member Ensemble Kalman Filter, SOLA, VOL.17, 41-47, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-007, https://t.co/oNr37ReRc1 https://t.co/9GnV99ApvW
Sola new paper: Katsuyama and Inatsu, Advantage of Volume Scanning Video Disdrometer in Solid-Precipitation Observation, SOLA, VOL.17, 35-40, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-006, https://t.co/xFYP6nOYh0 https://t.co/1NpSk2r0c0
Sola early online release: Ueki et al., Spatiotemporal variations of NO2 over Fukuoka Japan, observed by multiple MAX-DOAS and 3-D coherent Doppler lidar, SOLA, VOL.17, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-011, https://t.co/9oPkFy33yM
Sola new paper: Iizuka et al., Influence of Warm SST in the Oyashio Region on Rainfall Distribution of Typhoon Hagibis (2019), SOLA, VOL.17A, 21-28, doi:10.2151/sola.17A-004, https://t.co/oVIuMtmjMs https://t.co/zyb4BZQsun
Sola new paper: Shiraishi and Shibata, Seasonal Variation in High Arctic Stratospheric Aerosols Observed by Lidar at Ny Ålesund, Svalbard between March 2014 and February 2018, SOLA, VOL.17, 30-34, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-005, https://t.co/avcuu8OoIm https://t.co/otd1ag8nBV
Sola new paper: Sugawara et al., Risk Assessment and Possible Adaptation of Potato Production in Hokkaido to Climate Change Using a Large Number Ensemble Climate Dataset d4PDF, SOLA, VOL.17, 24-29, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-004, https://t.co/LwcJltdgvl https://t.co/hvpv3J7c8H
Sola new paper: Nasuno, T., Impacts of Cloud Microphysics Modifications on Diurnal Convection and the ISO over the Maritime Continent: A Case Study of YMC-Sumatra 2017, SOLA, VOL.17, 16-23, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-003, https://t.co/nmam4ibti1 https://t.co/NR5DXrS38Q
Sola early online release: Shiogama et al., Selecting CMIP6-based future climate scenarios for impact and adaptation studies, SOLA, VOL.17, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-009, https://t.co/4GHZGB4MR2
Sola early online release: Shiogama et al., Selecting CMIP6-based future climate scenarios for impact and adaptation studies, SOLA, 2021, VOL.17, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-009, https://t.co/4GHZGB4MR2
Sola early online release: Taylor et al., Predictability of the July 2020 Heavy Rainfall with the SCALE-LETKF, SOLA, 2021, VOL.17, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-008, https://t.co/oHv3ArQq63
Sola new paper: Kanada et al., Future Changes of a Slow-Moving Intense Typhoon with Global Warming: A Case Study Using a Regional 1-km-mesh Atmosphere–Ocean Coupled Model, SOLA, 2021, VOL.17A, 14-20, doi: 10.2151/sola.17A-003, https://t.co/267lX0mcQH https://t.co/PPJNPUdPy6
Sola early online release: Duc et al., Forecasts of the July 2020 Kyushu heavy rain using a 1000-member ensemble Kalman filter, SOLA, 2021, VOL.17, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-007, https://t.co/Tk2rA18Omn
Sola new paper: Kawase et al., Enhancement of Extremely Heavy Precipitation Induced by Typhoon Hagibis (2019) due to Historical Warming, SOLA, 2021, VOL.17A, 7-13, doi:10.2151/sola.17A-002, https://t.co/df3KeXExiV https://t.co/CzS5rDei6z
Sola new paper: Kawasen et al., Regional Characteristics of Future Changes in Snowfall in Japan under RCP2.6 and RCP8.5 Scenarios, SOLA, 2021, VOL.17, 1-7, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-001, https://t.co/epRrwe0rt8 https://t.co/y6OFnDZTPj
Sola new paper: Araki et al., Characteristics of Atmospheric Environments of Quasi-Stationary Convective Bands in Kyushu, Japan during the July 2020 Heavy Rainfall Event, SOLA, 2021,VOL.17, 8-15, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-002, https://t.co/42h4ZiWYBx https://t.co/QTyHPVeXrt
The SOLA Award in 2020. Dr. Fumiaki Fujibe "Temperature anomaly in the Tokyo metropolitan area during the COVID-19 (coronavirus) self-restraint period" https://t.co/UQrm173Qm2 https://t.co/mhdLYVXeF6
Sola early online release: Katsuyama and Inatsu, Advantage of volume scanning video disdrometer in solid-precipitation observation, SOLA, 2021, VOL.17, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-006, https://t.co/fKVwjXbD1h
Sola early online release: Shiraishi and Shibata, Seasonal Variation in High Arctic Stratospheric Aerosols Observed by Lidar at Ny Ålesund, Svalbard between March 2014 and February 2018, SOLA, 2021,VOL.17, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-005, https://t.co/1XYOKs4jtE
Sola early online release: Wada and Chan, Increasing TCHP in the western North Pacific and its influence on the intensity of FAXAI and HAGIBIS in 2019, SOLA, 2021, VOL.17A, doi:10.2151/sola.17A-005, https://t.co/UhOnn854Vq
Sola early online release: Sugawara et al., Risk assessment and possible adaptation of potato production in Hokkaido to climate change using a large number ensemble climate dataset d4PDF, SOLA, 2021,VOL.17,doi:10.2151/sola.2021-004, https://t.co/2yaUojtfuu
Sola new paper: Ito and Ichikawa, Warm Ocean Accelerating Tropical Cyclone Hagibis (2019) through Interaction with a Mid-Latitude Westerly Jet, SOLA, 2021, VOL.17A, 1-6, doi:10.2151/sola.17A-001, https://t.co/pO39WxyK2D https://t.co/qgIfKRmlPf
Sola new paper: Yamashita et al., Quantitative Snowfall Distribution Acquisition System with High Spatiotemporal Resolution Using Existing Snowfall Sensors, SOLA, 2020, VOL.16, 271-276, doi:10.2151/sola.2020-045, https://t.co/e7eNdQUZIb https://t.co/wZzG41gwj6
Sola new paper: Hirockawa et al., Characteristics of an Extreme Rainfall Event in Kyushu District, Southwestern Japan in Early July 2020, SOLA, 2020, VOL.16, 265-270, doi:10.2151/sola.2020-044, https://t.co/SYzCu1wecL https://t.co/EUENupoHwq
Sola new paper: Wang et al., Application of Improved Remotely Sensed Drought Severity Index Based on Soil Moisture Product in Inner Mongolia, SOLA, 2020, VOL.16, 259-264, doi:10.2151/sola.2020-043, https://t.co/up1UuMzYRe https://t.co/DsoYhDuVFI
Sola new paper: Li et al., Sensitivity Analysis on Data Time Difference for Wind Fields Synthesis of Array Weather Radar, SOLA, 2020, VOL.16, 252-258, doi:10.2151/sola.2020-042, https://t.co/gzCFDtR4kP https://t.co/b0f7TpCZM4
Sola early online release: Nasuno, T., Impacts of cloud microphysics modifications on diurnal convection and the ISO over the Maritime Continent: A case study of YMC-Sumatra 2017, SOLA, 2021, VOL.17, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-003, https://t.co/MHB2Q5ppQJ
Sola new paper: Komatsu and Nishimura, A Simple Snow-Cover Model for Avalanche Warning in Japan, SOLA, 2020, VOL.16, 246-251, doi:10.2151/sola.2020-041, https://t.co/vByl2EPS1Y https://t.co/IdZ2ltF0vG
Sola early online release: Iizuka et al., Influence of Warm SST in the Oyashio Region on Rainfall Distribution of Typhoon Hagibis (2019), SOLA, VOL.17A, doi:10.2151/sola.17A-004, https://t.co/YCN7wotwp6
Sola early online release: Kawase et al., Regional characteristics of future changes in snowfall in Japan under RCP2.6 and RCP8.5 scenarios, SOLA, 2021, VOL.17, doi:10.2151/sola.2021-001, https://t.co/KwwyxA4RgJ
Sola early online release: Kanada et al., Future Changes of a Slow-moving Intense Typhoon with Global Warming: A Case Study using a regional 1-km-mesh atmosphere–ocean coupled model, SOLA, 2021, VOL.17A, doi:10.2151/sola.17A-003, https://t.co/2MqAbVhYfV
Sola early online release: Hirockawa et al., Characteristics of An Extreme Rainfall Event in Kyushu District, Southwestern Japan in Early July 2020, SOLA, 2020, VOL.16, doi:10.2151/sola.2020-044, https://t.co/PdoawGCzra
Sola new paper: Suzuki and Takemura, Understanding Hydrological Sensitivities Induced by Various Forcing Agents with a Climate Model, SOLA, 2020, VOL.16, 240-245, doi:10.2151/sola.2020-040, https://t.co/mLDhdOcFV3 https://t.co/b2U0EaXc9J
Sola new paper: Kawazoe et al., Climate Change Impacts on Heavy Snowfall in Sapporo Using 5-km Mesh Large Ensemble Simulations, SOLA, 2020, VOL.16, 233-239, doi:10.2151/sola.2020-039, https://t.co/C69MBYRrdC https://t.co/OVHJilsr1N
Sola new paper: Khatri et al., Investigating Aerosol Effects on Maritime Deep Convective Clouds Using Satellite and Reanalysis Data, SOLA, 2020,VOL.16, 228-232, doi:10.2151/sola.2020-038, https://t.co/Ik3ixemtgV https://t.co/LE92saifpP
Sola new paper: Sekiya et al., Global Bromine- and Iodine-Mediated Tropospheric Ozone Loss Estimated Using the CHASER Chemical Transport Model, SOLA, VOL.16, doi:10.2151/sola.2020-037, 220-227, https://t.co/r7X9u56d9o https://t.co/XFakQsfcik
Sola early online release: Li et al., Sensitivity Analysis on Data Time Difference for Wind Fields Synthesis of Array Weather Radar, SOLA, 2020, VOL.16, doi:10.2151/sola.2020-042, https://t.co/wW65ked2W9
Sola early online release: Wang et al., Application of Improved Remotely Sensed Drought Severity Index Based on Soil Moisture Product in Inner Mongolia, SOLA, VOL.16, 10.2151/sola.2020-043, https://t.co/N6ekNMQWZ0
Sola early online release: Yamashita et al., Quantitative snowfall distribution acquisition system with high spatiotemporal resolution using existing snowfall sensors, SOLA, 2020, VOL.16, doi:10.2151/sola.2020-045, https://t.co/9lvrUI7Q8d
Sola early online release: Komatsu and Nishimura, A simple snow-cover model for avalanche warning in Japan, SOLA, 2020, VOL.16, 10.2151/sola.2020-041, https://t.co/5LTg4oBVRm
Sola early online release: Suzuki and Takemura, Understanding hydrological sensitivities induced by various forcing agents with a climate model, SOLA, 2020, VOL.16, doi:10.2151/sola.2020-040, https://t.co/jFVD1Q68yD
Sola new paper: Fujita et al., Experimental Observations of Precipitable Water Vapor over the Open Ocean Collected by Autonomous Surface Vehicles for Real-Time Monitoring Applications, SOLA, 2020, VOL.16A, 19-24, doi:10.2151/sola.16A-004, https://t.co/qNr0yYU9t8 https://t.co/ccJ8xJ2L0q
Sola new paper: Orikasa et al., Seasonal Variations of Atmospheric Aerosol Particles Focused on Cloud Condensation Nuclei and Ice Nucleating Particles from Ground-Based Observations in Tsukuba, Japan, SOLA, 2020, VOL.16, 212-219, doi:10.2151/sola.2020-036, https://t.co/6ST1TsYZQI https://t.co/9aCrv1Q43D
Sola new paper: Takahashi and Yamazaki, Impact of Sea Surface Temperature near Japan on the Extra-Tropical Cyclone Induced Heavy Snowfall in Tokyo by a Regional Atmospheric Model, SOLA, 2020, VOL.16, 206-211, doi:10.2151/sola.2020-035, https://t.co/2evgYRmTSP https://t.co/oNCTPIjniT
Sola new paper: Saito and Matsunobu, Northward Ageostrophic Winds Associated with a Tropical Cyclone. Part 2: Moisture Transport and Its Impact on PRE, SOLA, 2020, VOL.16, 198-205, doi:10.2151/sola.2020-034, https://t.co/Brp8jFeSj9 https://t.co/lYQRRE38UM
Sola new paper: Kawano et al., Evaluation of Human Thermal Comfort along a Marathon Course in Tokyo Metropolis, SOLA, 2020, VOL.16, 192-197, 10.2151/sola.2020-033, https://t.co/AqqC2jzsuB https://t.co/N6BVMS8uEf
Sola early online release: Kawazoe et al., Climate change impacts on heavy snowfall in Sapporo using 5-km mesh large ensemble simulations, SOLA, 2020, VOL.16, doi:10.2151/sola.2020-039, https://t.co/K6nTu66muS
Sola early online release: Khatri et al., Investigating Aerosol Effects on Maritime Deep Convective Clouds using Satellite and Reanalysis Data, SOLA, 2020, VOL.16, doi:https://t.co/bvtEPdBa8a
Sola new paper: Orikasa et al., In Situ Measurements of Cloud and Aerosol Microphysical Properties in Summertime Convective Clouds over Eastern United Arab Emirates, SOLA, VOL.16, 185-191, doi:10.2151/sola.2020-032, https://t.co/odM4tcXBze https://t.co/6UI1xgqnpi
Sola new paper: Kim et al., Examination of the Feasibility of Area-Specific Criteria of Special Weather Report by Estimation of the Threshold Value of Disaster-Causing Strong Winds, SOLA, VOL.16, 180-184, doi:10.2151/sola.2020-031, https://t.co/aWAcEtG6Z2 https://t.co/WiTUOnfJla
Sola early online release: Sekiya et al., Global bromine- and iodine-mediated tropospheric ozone loss estimated using the CHASER chemical transport model, SOLA, VOL.16, doi:10.2151/sola.2020-037, https://t.co/lDemqVrAGZ
Sola early online release: Fujita et al., Experimental observations of precipitable water vapor over the open ocean collected by autonomous surface vehicles for real-time monitoring applications, SOLA, 2020, VOL.16A, doi:10.2151/sola.16A-004, https://t.co/8T9UqqfpVr

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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
New Graphical Abstract has just come out. https://t.co/53HakYP3jJ Min, K.-S. et al., 2021: Formation mechanism of a stationary line-shaped precipitation system in the Kinki District, Japan -Case study on 1 September 2015 event- https://t.co/mdSP5xNV7U https://t.co/zfvYN6liTI
New Graphical Abstract now available online! https://t.co/BcERMKQHDe Chandra, N. et al., 2021: Emissions from the oil and gas sectors, coal mining and ruminant farming drive methane growth over the past three decades. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 99, https://t.co/OuOFSCurox https://t.co/SMRqpkvzR5
New Graphical Abstract now available online! https://t.co/TAxjQD5UPO Zou, S. et al., 2020: Description and attribution analysis of the 2017 spring anomalous high temperature causing floods in Kazakhstan. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 98, https://t.co/zgBBjVpQSS https://t.co/CUVckzwrlf
New Graphical Abstract now available online! https://t.co/FLewSVrUnM Yamashita, Y. et al., 2021: Effect of model resolution on black Carbon transport from Siberia to the Arctic associated with the well-developed low-pressure systems in September. https://t.co/x5r1Iz2haO. https://t.co/e0FP8E9nZ9
New Graphical Abstract available online! Seiki, A., S. Yokoi, and M. Katsumata, 2021: The impact of diurnal precipitation over Sumatra Island, Indonesia, on synoptic disturbances and its relation to the Madden-Julian Oscillation. https://t.co/sKmm3RIg2q. https://t.co/40BeogCzNm
New Graphical Abstract available online! https://t.co/YDHdweeizl Meneghini, R., H. Kim, L. Liao, J. Kwiatkowski, and T. Iguchi, 2021: Path attenuation estimates for the GPM Dual-Frequency Precipitation Radar (DPR). J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 99, https://t.co/BJogomYG6f https://t.co/i57mMpzyXY
New Graphical Abstract available online! https://t.co/1W62hGt5jY 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. https://t.co/rNBYFq4Osc https://t.co/iR0EQd6Ubg
A new graphical abstract! https://t.co/irDXcA17IK… 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, https://t.co/BMXhm3Ux5r https://t.co/AVty320sAg
Just published! Hirockawa, Y., T. Kato, H. Tsuguti, and N. Seino, 2020: Identification and classification of heavy rainfall areas and their characteristic features in Japan. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 98, 835-857. https://t.co/9ylNZssNpT https://t.co/kEis0SHexM https://t.co/XsVrGIgeLs
Just published! Nishii, K., B. Taguchi, and H. Nakamura, 2020: An atmospheric general circulation model assessment of oceanic impacts on extreme climate events over Japan in July 2018. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 98, 801-820. https://t.co/T80YYHl4Gj https://t.co/BVNbcGGhTe https://t.co/KXHUSBiVJR
A new graphical abstract! https://t.co/93l8Rw34mW Krzyścin, J., 2020: Is the Antarctic ozone hole recovering faster than changing the stratospheric halogen changes? J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 98, https://t.co/k9yA2HK6gt. https://t.co/W87YS64I4o
Just published! Tsuji, H., C. Yokoyama, and Y. N. Takayabu, 2020: Contrasting features of the July 2018 heavy rainfall event and the 2017 Northern Kyushu rainfall event in Japan. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 98, 859-876. https://t.co/L6Pa3rXlyn https://t.co/6C3fO14x3u https://t.co/4AZmzj3IAk
Just published! -JMSJ Editors' Highlight- Kawabata, Y., and M. Yamaguchi, 2020: Probability ellipse for tropical cyclone track forecasts with multiple ensembles. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 98, 821-833. https://t.co/aUmNnuwS46 https://t.co/OrDcS3eaGI https://t.co/jgchgsWRaB
Just published! Yamaguchi, M., and S. Maeda, 2020: Increase in the number of tropical cyclones approaching Tokyo since 1980. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 98, 775-786. https://t.co/xNcbSnQsU6 https://t.co/B9EADAPpVl https://t.co/8MYUfuc7Hj
Just published! Kawano, T., and R. Kawamura, 2020: Genesis and maintenance processes of a quasi-stationary convective band that produced record-breaking precipitation in northern Kyushu, Japan on 5 July 2017. JMSJ, 98, 673-690. https://t.co/8nxGMbEmLB https://t.co/Xv4IUA2ldH https://t.co/vzukTIRBYU
Just published! Tsuji, H., C. Yokoyama, and Y. N. Takayabu, 2020: Contrasting features of the July 2018 heavy rainfall event and the 2017 Northern Kyushu rainfall event in Japan. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 98, 859-876. https://t.co/L6Pa3rXlyn https://t.co/6C3fO14x3u https://t.co/vaS8LFMX7I
Just published! -JMSJ Editors' Highlight- Kawabata, Y., and M. Yamaguchi, 2020: Probability ellipse for tropical cyclone track forecasts with multiple ensembles. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 98, 821-833. https://t.co/aUmNnuwS46 https://t.co/OrDcS3eaGI https://t.co/cZvUyYtPDq
Just published! Yamaguchi, M., and S. Maeda, 2020: Increase in the number of tropical cyclones approaching Tokyo since 1980. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 98, 775-786. https://t.co/xNcbSnQsU6 https://t.co/B9EADAPpVl https://t.co/wUIMIgmNBw
Just published! Kawano, T., and R. Kawamura, 2020: Genesis and maintenance processes of a quasi-stationary convective band that produced record-breaking precipitation in northern Kyushu, Japan on 5 July 2017. JMSJ, 98, 673-690. https://t.co/8nxGMbEmLB https://t.co/Xv4IUA2ldH https://t.co/uI2eHHMQF6
Just published! Special Edition on GPM Yamaji, M. et al., 2020: 4-year climatology of global drop size distribution and its seasonal variability observed by spaceborne Dual-frequency Precipitation Radar. JMSJ, 98, 755-773. https://t.co/1eUoETevgS https://t.co/VNbnRGclKN https://t.co/KB0Y1Xx2g6
Just published! Feng, T., X.-Q. Yang, L. Wu, R. Huang, and D. Yang, 2020: How do the monsoon trough and the tropical upper-tropospheric trough affect synoptic-scale waves: A comparative study. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 98, 735-754. https://t.co/aGsogFlByK https://t.co/5cpEnNKA5J https://t.co/LKmcIvrGZQ
Just published! Wang, C.-C. et al., 2020: A modeling study on the impacts of Typhoon Morakot’s (2009) vortex structure on rainfall in Taiwan using piecewise potential vorticity inversion. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 98, 707-733. https://t.co/vTyd0gUZh1 https://t.co/AidMHr9vS5 https://t.co/egnxMtkjS8
Just published! Jin, K., F. Wang, Q. Zong, P. Qin, and C. Liu, 2020: An updated estimate of the urban heat island effect on observed local warming trends in mainland China’s 45 urban stations. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 98, 787-799. https://t.co/4WNjfKEoXd https://t.co/D8vk4axJIV https://t.co/wXqfCGMlrg
Just published! Takamura, N., and A. Wada, 2020: Unusual characteristics of extratropical transition of typhoons in August 2016. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 98, 691-706. https://t.co/M9zdddG8xM https://t.co/2feGQECnkH https://t.co/FIglaWEeuP
A new graphical abstract! https://t.co/1umuMDnlfz Ohno, T., A. T. Noda, and M. Satoh, 2020: Impacts of sub-grid ice cloud physics in a turbulence scheme on high clouds and their response to global warming. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 98, https://t.co/98BwIB9pvc. https://t.co/z20hqZlzt0
2020年小倉奨励賞を受賞された吉野 勝美氏(元全日本空輸株式会社)のJMSJ掲載論文です。 Yoshino, K., 2019: Low-level wind shear induced by horizontal roll vortices at Narita International Airport, Japan. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 97 https://t.co/Ax0vU0XNuo https://t.co/JOFbS2XT6H
A new graphical abstract! https://t.co/ytGWOytyWV Hermoso, A., V. Homar, S. J. Greybush, and D. J. Stensrud, 2020: Tailored ensemble prediction systems: Application of seamless scale bred vectors. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 98, https://t.co/dpM4sGl548. https://t.co/wnqhwoPlgf
A new graphical abstract! https://t.co/wcDGDFUW3g Thundathil et al., 2020: Assimilation of lidar water vapour mixing ratio and temperature profiles into a convection-permitting model. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 98, https://t.co/zeoobbaUmV. https://t.co/6LWcEqsZRc
A new graphical abstract! https://t.co/NML2mFPg9f Cao, X., R. Wu, Y. Dai, and J. Xu, 2020: A comparison of the effects of an upper-level anticyclone and a lower-level cyclone on tropical cyclogenesis in idealized simulations. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 98, https://t.co/p4cfX72BNv. https://t.co/CmhP1NZRGY
A new graphical abstract! https://t.co/lLPB9Jvst8 Miyamoto, Y., Y. Sato, S. Nishizawa, H. Yashiro, T. Seiki, and A. T. Noda, 2020: An energy balance model for low-level clouds based on a simulation resolving mesoscale motions. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 98, https://t.co/fOhzrGobre. https://t.co/kwK5o3wSyQ
A new graphical abstract! https://t.co/xyG1wASYEN Ose, T., Y. Takaya, S. Maeda, and T. Nakaegawa, 2020: Resolution of summertime East Asian pressure pattern and southerly monsoon wind in CMIP5 multi-model future projections. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 98, https://t.co/yzP7COcmiY. https://t.co/tL5MCqqtvS
Just published! Shibata, K., and R. Lehmann, 2020: Partitioning of ozone loss pathways in the ozone quasi-biennial oscillation simulated by a chemistry-climate model. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 98, 615-636. https://t.co/9mKSrYsfsG https://t.co/4X0ynG0ySt https://t.co/YH4YDW4FNV
Just published! - Special Edition on YMC Geng, B., and M. Katsumata, 2020: An algorithm for detecting and removing the spurious differential phase observed by C-band polarimetric radar in the rain. JMSJ, 98, 585-613. https://t.co/6kQFM5D4VQ https://t.co/0eihUOgK4y https://t.co/fK3io11XvV
Just published! Radhakrishna et al., 2020: Regional differences in raindrop size distribution within Indian subcontinent and adjoining seas as inferred from global precipitation measurement dual-frequency precipitation radar. JMSJ, 98, 573-584. https://t.co/M4A31TleYs https://t.co/pjPEVmLZHt
Just published! - Special Edition on DYAMOND Dueben, P. D., N. Wedi, S. Saarinen, and C. Zeman, 2020: Global simulations of the atmosphere at 1.45 km grid-spacing with the Integrated Forecasting System. JMSJ, 98, 551-572. https://t.co/9BgW8ODSzE https://t.co/8erFr2waAr https://t.co/JeQqMTSakp
Just published! Cui et al., 2020: Vertical structure and dynamical properties during snow events in middle latitudes of China from observations by the C-band vertically pointing radar. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 98, 527-550. https://t.co/4K04vGWHqY https://t.co/fXYqYqp2BW https://t.co/Vj0oXOu6xN
Just published! - Special Edition on Global Precipitation Measurement Ma et al., 2020: A Bayesian correction approach for improving Dual-frequency Precipitation Radar rainfall rate estimates. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 98, 511-525. https://t.co/smv0wtSO2l https://t.co/SSNfgAloOs https://t.co/LqG367yrWT
Just published! - Invited Review Article Kato, T., 2020: Quasi-stationary band-shaped precipitation systems, named “senjo-kousuitai”, causing localized heavy rainfall in Japan. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 98, 485-509. https://t.co/o43rdkQjm3 https://t.co/e7ocRTmY4X https://t.co/wIGk58Ppg9
A new graphical abstract: https://t.co/qdKORXFWxU Nakamura, Y., T. Miyakawa, and M. Satoh, 2020: The role of Typhoon Kilo (T1517) in the Kanto-Tohoku heavy rainfall event in Japan in September 2015. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 98, https://t.co/9SnxRLBBCY. https://t.co/1q1dUmWjab
A new graphical abstract: https://t.co/D8vk4axJIV Jin, K., F. Wang, Q. Zong, P. Qin, and C. Liu, 2020: An updated estimate of the urban heat island effect on observed local warming trends in mainland China's 45 urban stations. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 98, https://t.co/4WNjfKEoXd. https://t.co/EmsAAtpUwn
A new graphical abstract: https://t.co/2feGQECnkH Takamura, N., and A. Wada, 2020: Unusual characteristics of extratropical transition of typhoons in August 2016. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 98, https://t.co/M9zdddG8xM. https://t.co/J1xVsLMy7A
A new graphical abstract! https://t.co/D2r0o0wKbS Kawabata, Y., and M. Yamaguchi, 2020: Probability ellipse for tropical cyclone track forecasts with multiple ensembles. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 98, https://t.co/aUmNnuwS46. https://t.co/q14NLB2gad
New Graphical Abstract! https://t.co/KZVBg9nh7u Hirockawa, Y., T. Kato, H. Tsuguti, and N. Seino, 2020: Identification and classification of heavy rainfall areas and their characteristic features in Japan. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 98, https://t.co/9ylNZssNpT. https://t.co/Gi2HLchD2b

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