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The relationship between the diurnal variation of convective activity and precipitable water was examined in summer seasons using water vapor radiometer, C-band radar and radiosonde data. Convective activity over the "semi-basin" exhibited a diurnal variation with dual peaks at 15-17 JST and 19-20 JST, and the SSI (Showalter Stability Index) decreased from morning to evening due to the increase of water vapor in the lower layers associated with a thermally induced local circulation. Whendoi:10.2151/jmsj.80.439 fatcat:3ndrdtdcgnhs3gvtoqco4tph5m