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APAC_Oct15_6HR

--October is the middle month of meteorological autumn in the Northern Hemisphere, and of spring in the Southern Hemisphere. --Most thunderstorms at higher latitudes are moving from W to E, while there is weaker motion from the E near the equator. --In tropical regions, storms have weak to no motion until the 25th when motion rather abruptly begins from east to west. --The major islands and land areas of SE Asia have thunderstorms nearly on many afternoons due to sea breezes and along mountain slopes --Australia has widespread frequent lightning starting on the 9th. ~Ron Holle

Nov 3, 2015 Webmaster Archive

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--02 to 04 October: Typhoon Mujigae shows rotation in lightning while traveling from the Philippines on the 2nd into China south of Hong Kong on the 4th. --02 to 06 October: Typhoon Choi-Wan shows rotation traveling from Wake Island to SE of Japan. --03 to 04 October: Several fast-moving isolated thunderstorms move from WNW to ESE south of Australia. --16 to 18 October: The large well-defined circulation of Typhoon Koppu is evident across the northern Philippines region. --18 October: Most widespread day of New Zealand lightning. --24 to 31 October: An especially active period of thunderstorms over nearly all of Australia. ~Ron Holle

Nov 5, 2015 7:34:09 PM Dave Fincher