Articles | Volume 10, issue 1
https://doi.org/10.5194/ascmo-10-51-2024
https://doi.org/10.5194/ascmo-10-51-2024
22 Mar 2024
 | 22 Mar 2024

Applying different methods to model dry and wet spells at daily scale in a large range of rainfall regimes across Europe

Giorgio Baiamonte, Carmelo Agnese, Carmelo Cammalleri, Elvira Di Nardo, Stefano Ferraris, and Tommaso Martini

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In hydrology, the probability distributions are used to determine the probability of occurrence of rainfall events. In this study, two different methods for modeling rainfall time characteristics have been applied: a direct method and an indirect method that make it possible to relax the assumptions of the renewal process. The analysis was extended to two additional time variables that may be of great interest for practical hydrological applications: wet chains and dry chains.