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joc3743-sup-0001-FigureS1.tifTIFF image2115KFigure S1. September 2011–April 2012 winter snowfall anomaly (mm water equivalent) simulated by MAR forced by ERA-40 (1958–1978) and ERA-Interim (1979–2012), with respect to 1960–2011. The MAR equilibrium-line altitude (ELA) of the 2011–2012 hydrological year is plotted in red.
joc3743-sup-0002-FigureS2.tifTIFF image2894KFigure S2. Summer (JJA) 2012 snowfall anomaly (mm water equivalent) simulated by MAR relative to the period 1960–2011. Areas where snowfall anomalies were at least twice the 1960–2011 standard deviation are hatched. The isohypses of the JJA geopotential height at 500 hPa (from the NCEP-NCAR reanalysis v1) over 1960–2011 and over 2012 are plotted in green and mauve, respectively.
joc3743-sup-0003-FigureS3.tifTIFF image3731KFigure S3. Summer (JJA) 2012 incoming solar radiation anomaly simulated by MAR relative to the period 1960–2011 where MAR is forced by ERA-40 over 1958–1978 and by ERA-Interim over 1979–2012. Areas where temperature anomalies were at least twice the 1960–2011 standard deviation are hatched. The MAR solar radiation has been validated in Box et al. (2012).
joc3743-sup-0004-FigureS4.tifTIFF image886KFigure S4. GC Net Summit summer (JJA) 2-m surface air temperature for all hourly observations with available wind-speed data, filtered by minimum wind speed thresholds (0–5 ms–1)
joc3743-sup-0005-FigureS5.tifTIFF image4825KFigure S5. 500 hPa geopotential height anomalies, over the mid-high latitude Northern Hemisphere for summer (JJA) in: (a) 2012 and (b) 2007–2011. Anomalies are with respect to (c) the 1981–2010 climatology and are based on NCEP/NCAR Reanalysis data.
joc3743-sup-0006-FigureS6.tifTIFF image4043KFigure S6. Sea-surface temperature anomalies around Greenland for summer (JJA) (a) 2012 and (b) 2007–2011, relative to the 1981–2010 baseline SST climatology, from the NOAA Earth System Research Laboratory.
joc3743-sup-0007-FigureS7.tifTIFF image6013KFigure S7. Reynolds and Smith Version 2 monthly sea surface temperature anomalies around Greenland for May (a), June (b), July (c) and August (d) 2012, from the US National Centers for Environmental Prediction (NCEP) Environmental Monitoring Center.
joc3743-sup-0008-TableS1.docxWord 2007 document19KTable SI. Five highest mean daily maximum surface air temperature values and 2012 rank for DMI Greenland coastal stations and Greenland Temperature Composites for summer (JJA).
joc3743-sup-0009-TableS2.docxWord 2007 document19KTable SII. Five highest mean daily maximum surface air temperature values and 2012 rank (1st = warmest) for DMI Greenland coastal stations and Greenland Temperature Composites for June.
joc3743-sup-0010-TableS3.docxWord 2007 document19KTable SIII. Five highest mean daily maximum surface air temperature values and 2012 rank (1st = warmest) for DMI Greenland coastal stations and Greenland Temperature Composites for July.
joc3743-sup-0011-TableS4.docxWord 2007 document19KTable SIV. Five highest mean daily minimum surface air temperature values and 2012 rank for DMI Greenland coastal stations and Greenland Temperature Composites for summer (JJA).
joc3743-sup-0012-TableS5.docxWord 2007 document19KTable SV. Five highest mean daily minimum surface air temperature values and 2012 rank (1st = warmest) for DMI Greenland coastal stations and Greenland Temperature Composites for June.
joc3743-sup-0013-TableS6.docxWord 2007 document19KTable SVI. Five highest mean daily minimum surface air temperature values and 2012 rank (1st = warmest) for DMI Greenland coastal stations and Greenland Temperature Composites for July.

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