It is found that the general 12-h precipitation forecast skill for these CPSs is fairly good in predicting four out of six events examined in this study, even for higher thresholds. The forecast skill is generally higher for heavy rainfall events (Mei-Yu front, landfalling typhoon, autumn cold front, and cold-air outbreak) than for light rainfall events (spring cold front and summertime thunderstorm). The schemes with moist downdrafts, such as Grell scheme and Kain-Fritsch scheme, appear to perform better. The Anthes-Kuo scheme has a systematic behavior of producing less rainfall over a wider area. The Betts-Miller scheme tends to moisten the atmosphere too quickly and produce too much rainfall. An ensemble forecast by a simple arithmetic average of rainfall predictions by four CPSs is done for all six precipitating events. In general, the rainfall ensemble forecast outperforms the individual CPS forecast, and the improvement is more obvious for heavy rainfall scenarios.