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Auxiliary material for this article contains a discussion of the sensitivity of the results to the sampling cap used in the study and four figures.

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grl29815-sup-0003-txts01_cx.pdfPDF document44KText S1. Discussion of the sampling cap and sensitivity studies undertaken as part of the study.
grl29815-sup-0004-fs01.epsPS document3765KFigure S1. Composite precipitation from all extratropical cyclones.
grl29815-sup-0005-fs02.epsPS document4353KFigure S2. Frequency of cap coverage.
grl29815-sup-0006-fs03.epsPS document3963KFigure S3. As in Figure S1, but for storms which reach their areally averaged precipitation maxima in the Pacific.
grl29815-sup-0007-fs04.epsPS document3552KFigure S4. As in Figure S1, but for storms which reach their areally averaged precipitation maxima in Europe.

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