Role of southern hemispheric equatorial trough in medium range forecasting
The present investigation examines the variations in the cloudiness over the southern hemipheric equatorial trough during the Indian summer monsoon vis-à-vis importance in foreshadowing the monsoon activity over the Indian sub-continent.
The near forty-day mode and its potentialities and limitations as a predictor for medium range forecasting are also examined. It has been shown that a continuous monitoring of the SHET cloudiness during the summer monsoon season could be a useful guide for medium range forecasting of rainfall over certain parts of the Indian sub-continent.
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