Overshooting Convection in Tropical Cyclones

@inproceedings{Romps2009OvershootingCI,
  title={Overshooting Convection in Tropical Cyclones},
  author={David M. Romps and Zhiming Kuang},
  year={2009}
}
[1] Using infrared satellite imagery, best-track data, and reanalysis data, tropical cyclones are shown to contain a disproportionate amount of the deepest convection in the tropics. Although tropical cyclones account for only 7% of the deep convection in the tropics, they account for about 15% of the deep convection with cloud-top temperatures below the monthly averaged tropopause temperature and 29% of the clouds that attain a cloud-top temperature 15 K below the temperature of the tropopause… CONTINUE READING

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