The dependence of precipitation on temperature
Published in Proceedings of the Eighteenth Annual Climate Diagnostics Workshop, Boulder, CO, November 1-5 1993, NOAA, 207-211 in 1993
A. M. G. Klein Tank and G. P. Können
The dependence of rainfall amount per wet day as function of temperature is explored for De Bilt. On basis of diurnal cycle, frontal rain amounts can be separated from  surface-forced convective rain amounts. The convective branch in rainfall starts from maximum temperatures of 20°C and becomes increasingly dominating for higher temperatures. The convective amounts increases in that region by 10%/°C, which is Clausius-Clapeyron to the power 3/2.