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December. March. June. September. Incoming Solar (Shortwave) at TOA. December. March. June. September. Reflected Solar at TOA. December. March. June. September. Planetary Albedo. December. March. June. September. Net Shortwave (Solar) Radiation. December. March. June.

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December

March

June

September

Incoming Solar (Shortwave) at TOA


December

March

June

September

Reflected Solar at TOA


December

March

June

September

Planetary Albedo


December

March

June

September

Net Shortwave (Solar) Radiation


December

March

June

September

Outgoing Longwave (IR) at TOA


December

March

June

September

Net Incoming Radiation (LW and SW)


Total

heat

transport

Atmospheric

heat

transport

Latitudinal Radiation Imbalance

adapted from Trenberth and Caron (2001)

PW=1015 W


Midlatitude weather systems

NOAA NCEP-NCAR CDAS-1 DAILY

300 mb height (m) and winds (m/s) 1 Apr 1997


300mb

January

July


surface


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