I am trying to figure out what type of precipitation lifting mechanism occurs in a area that is unknown but I know some facts about the climate. So I know that there are 4 precipitation lifting mechanisms - frontal, convection, convergent and orographic. So based off the extreme daily precipitation I need to choose one of these and back up my statement. So I have concluded that the area is inland because the temperature range is from -10 to 20, which is larger than most coastal temperature ranges. So I am hoping that this fact will eliminate one of the lifting mechanisms. So the extreme daily precipitation goes as follows.
What type of lifting mechanism is responsible for the most extreme precipitation events? Then I need to back it up with the amount of days with the winds greater then 52km/hr which is only 8, and the yearly average wind speed is only 12.9.
My thinking is that I don't believe its orographic. But I am not sure which it is out of the other 3. There is not much wind all year around so this must be a factor, and there is a moderated amount of extreme precipitation all year around(shown by the data I provided)