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Supplementary Materials

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  • fig. S1. Tree-ring chronologies for seven sites in the U.S. PNW.
  • fig. S2. Validation statistics for the storm-track reconstruction at each longitude.
  • fig. S3. Delineation of the storm track in an example year (1988).
  • fig. S4. Extremes in latitude and intensity in reconstructed storm tracks over the reconstruction period of 1693 to 1995 CE.
  • fig. S5. Spectral power in the storm-track reconstructions.
  • fig. S6. Grid cells representing windward and leeward regions across the Cascade Range.
  • fig. S7. Storm track in La Niña and El Niño years based on an alternative ENSO reconstruction from 1693 to 1995 CE.
  • fig. S8. Distribution of reconstructed storm-track position in La Niña and El Niño years.
  • fig. S9. Distribution of reconstructed storm-track intensity in La Niña and El Niño years.
  • table S1. Reconstructed storm-track latitude and intensity in years with anomalous precipitation patterns.
  • table S2. Reconstructed storm-track latitude and intensity in La Niña and El Niño years based on multiple ENSO proxy reconstructions.
  • References (44, 45, 62, 63)

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