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17,18 In relation to the circulation change in La Ni˜ na years during PII period, SST variability over the Indo-Paciﬁc region can be an important factor because SST warming over that region is very conspicuous. 17 (not shown). They showed that warming over the Indian Ocean in the ENSO decaying summer strengthens WNP anticyclone through the Kelvin wave-type low-level easterly response and anomalous Hadley circulation. 5. Summary and Conclusion The rainfall over Korea has two peaks, one in July and other in August, in its annual cycle.
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On the recent strengthening of August rainfall over the Korean Peninsula, the impacts of local and remote SST variability, and circulation were investigated in terms of the interdecadal variability of the July and August rainfall. The August rainfall is strongly related to the westward expansion of the subtropical WNP high and the presence of the Bonin high, which has an equivalent brotropic structure. e. eastern Paciﬁc and Indian Ocean warming) on intensity. The August rainfall appears to have a more persistent wave-like structure for the regressed large-scale circulation than the July rainfall.