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The Transient Responses of An Axisymmetric Tropical Cyclone to Instantaneous Surface Roughening and Drying
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences
Inland tropical cyclone (TC) impacts due to high winds and rainfall-induced flooding depend strongly on the evolution of the wind field and precipitation distribution after landfall. However, research has yet to test the detailed response of a mature TC and its hazards to changes in surface forcing in idealized settings. This work tests the transient responses of an idealized hurricane to instantaneous transitions in two key surface properties associated with landfall: roughening and drying.doi:10.1175/jas-d-19-0320.1 fatcat:2vuyri67tvgrdckukgf2j6owsq