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Journal of Climate
This study revisits the MJO predictability based on the "perfect model" approach with a contemporary model. Experiments are performed to address the reasons for substantial uncertainties in current estimates of MJO predictability with a focus on the influence of atmospheric convection parameterization. Specifically, two atmospheric convection schemes are applied for experiments with the NOAA Climate Forecast System version 2 (CFSv2). MJO potential predictability and prediction skill aredoi:10.1175/jcli-d-18-0552.1 fatcat:ikv3nq2zonh3ncwc3s2xmijyam