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The most significant ‘n’ number of variables under the 85th percentile category was obtained using the variable ranking method. It was found that the dominant predictors for all the seasons were pressure, temperature, and wind. ASO and FMA rainfall are also correlated to RH and PW (Table 2).

Table 2

The most potential predictors for each season of rainfall

Season of rainfall
FMAMJJASONDJ
SYW(t−8) SYW(t−12) SLP(t−8) SXW(t−6) 
SYW(t−4) SXW(t−4) SLP(t−13) SYW(t−12) 
PW(t−4) SST(t−4) SLP(t−10) SYW(t−11) 
SLP(t−6) SYW(t−10) RH(t−5) SST(t−4) 
SLP(t−12) SAT(t−12) SYW(t−9) SXW(t−5) 
SXW(t−14) SLP(t−5) SAT(t−12) SAT(t−8) 
SST(t−5)     SYW(t−10) 
      PW(t−8) 
Season of rainfall
FMAMJJASONDJ
SYW(t−8) SYW(t−12) SLP(t−8) SXW(t−6) 
SYW(t−4) SXW(t−4) SLP(t−13) SYW(t−12) 
PW(t−4) SST(t−4) SLP(t−10) SYW(t−11) 
SLP(t−6) SYW(t−10) RH(t−5) SST(t−4) 
SLP(t−12) SAT(t−12) SYW(t−9) SXW(t−5) 
SXW(t−14) SLP(t−5) SAT(t−12) SAT(t−8) 
SST(t−5)     SYW(t−10) 
      PW(t−8) 

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