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“…This suggests that detailed information concerning vapor distribution and winds over the ocean, and the positioning and depth of upper-level short-wave troughs, is needed to improve the forecasting of explosively developing cyclones. Harr et al (1992) reported that the cyclone track affected the success of forecasting, for which the evaluation of the role of diabatic heating in cyclogenesis was difficult. The results in the present paper are consistent with their results.…”
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“…This suggests that detailed information concerning vapor distribution and winds over the ocean, and the positioning and depth of upper-level short-wave troughs, is needed to improve the forecasting of explosively developing cyclones. Harr et al (1992) reported that the cyclone track affected the success of forecasting, for which the evaluation of the role of diabatic heating in cyclogenesis was difficult. The results in the present paper are consistent with their results.…”
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“…However, forecasting of such cyclones has been difficult (Harr et al 1992;Sanders et al 2000) because of a poor understanding of the cyclone processes, including the upperlevel short-wave trough, lower-level baroclinicity, and their interactions in the presence of diabatic heating (Shapiro et al 1999;Kuo et al 1991). Scientific interest has also focused on the energy and vapor transport of explosive cyclones, providing the mechanisms for their rapid development and their contribution to local and global climate changes.…”
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