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grl27810-sup-0003-fs01.epsPS document804KFigure S1. Latitude-time longitude-time cross section for observed outgoing longwave radiation during June-July 2010.
grl27810-sup-0004-fs02.epsPS document2276KFigure S2. Observed CMORPH precipitation for the 6 monsoon pulses during July-August 2010.
grl27810-sup-0005-fs03.epsPS document91KFigure S3. Scatter diagram of monthly precipitation anomaly between CMORPH and TRMM over the period from 2003 to 2010.
grl27810-sup-0006-fs04.epsPS document217KFigure S4. Seasonal mean precipitation for GPCP and CMORPH averaged over Pakistan and northern Pakistan.
grl27810-sup-0007-fs05.epsPS document187KFigure S5. Number of heavy rainfall events over the summer in GPCP and CMORPH.
grl27810-sup-0008-fs06.epsPS document637KFigure S6. Observed July-August cumulative CMORPH precipitation for years 2008 and 2010.
grl27810-sup-0009-fs07.epsPS document63KFigure S7. Overall estimates of the predictability of precipitation in the Pakistan region versus lead-time for July based on 15-day forecasts from 2007–2010.

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