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In recent years, several winters with extreme and long-lasting precipitation events in South China have led to extensive structural damage and economic losses. Precipitation prediction tools are not very skilled in characterizing subseasonal events and need to be improved. A new research study, funded in part by the Climate Program Office’s Climate Variability & Predictability (CVP) Program, identified three distinct circulation patterns that cause and enhance precipitation over South China during winter.

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