As constrained by common lateral boundary conditions, most RCMs reproduced the main large-scale features of the period. On the other hand, the models showed significant inter-model differences in mesoscale disturbance intensity and distribution. In spite of large diversities in mesoscale signals in the models, however, the resulting precipitation as computed via parameterization modules, mainly cumulus parameterization schemes, showed general similarity among models. This disconnection between mesoscale features and resultant precipitation reflects somewhat the decoupling between model (three dimensional) dynamics and (one-dimensional) thermodynamics in the models. This result also implies that a RCM might produce correct precipitation while mishandling mesoscale dynamics, signaling the need for detailed analysis of model internal dynamics and not just rainfall on the ground.