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Attribution of recent changes in autumn cyclone associated precipitation in the Arctic
Tellus: Series A, Dynamic Meteorology and Oceanography
A B S T R A C T An Arctic Ocean with less sea ice and more open water in September has led to anomalous warming of the overlying atmosphere in autumn. Through influences on column water vapour and atmospheric circulation, it is reasonable to expect that this warming will have impacts on Arctic precipitation. Analysis of data from the JRA-25 atmospheric reanalysis reveals an autumn increase in cyclone-associated precipitation over the past decade. This is linked to a shift in atmosphericdoi:10.3402/tellusa.v63i4.15846 fatcat:izja2kwilbbtxafkyin32yccde