The implication of outflow structure for the rapid intensification of tropical cyclones under vertical wind shear

@article{Shi2021TheIO,
  title={The implication of outflow structure for the rapid intensification of tropical cyclones under vertical wind shear},
  author={Donglei Shi and Guanghua Chen},
  journal={Monthly Weather Review},
  year={2021}
}
The implication of outflow structure for tropical cyclone (TC) rapid intensification (RI) is investigated via a climatological study using the best-track, reanalysis and infrared brightness temperature data during 1980–2019. Composite analyses are performed in a shear-relative framework for the RI events under different strengths of environmental shear. Results show that for the RI events under moderate (4.5–11 m s-1) or strong (> 11 m s-1) environmental shear the RI onset follows a significant… 
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