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Detailed observations of the diurnal jet, a surface intensification of the wind-driven current associated with the diurnal cycle of sea surface temperature (SST), were obtained during August and September 2012 in the subtropical Atlantic. A diurnal increase in SST of 0.28 to 0.58C was observed, which corresponded to a diurnal jet of 0.15 m s 21 . The increase in near-surface stratification limits the vertical diffusion of the wind stress, which in turn increases the near-surface shear. Whiledoi:10.1175/jpo-d-15-0172.1 fatcat:fkojfkfpxrdfbmat2tmenqswbu