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Africa_24hr_Nov_2018

General --November is the last month of meteorological autumn in the Northern Hemisphere, and of spring in the Southern Hemisphere. --Thunderstorms in tropical regions move from the east, while they move from the west in the southern and northern portions of the map. --Lightning typically occurs during daylight hours over Africa. --The equatorial trough over the Atlantic is often well defined between Ivory Coast and northeast Brazil. The trough is sporadically identifiable over the Indian Ocean. --Thunderstorm activity is present every day over Madagascar, while the Sahara and South Atlantic are usually free of lightning. --Over the Mediterranean and along the northern shore of Africa, several cyclonic circulations move slowly from west to east. ~Ron Holle

Dec 3, 2018 Dave Fincher

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Specific --05 to 06 November: Cyclonic circulation over Israel and adjacent countries. --05 to 10 and 22 to 25 November: Series of storms moves from SW to NE over Saudi Arabia. --07 to 12 November: Tropical Cyclone Alcide off NE coast of Madagascar. --16 to 20 November: Tropical Cyclone Gaja in Bay of Bengal; moves W across southern tip of India on 15th. --20 to 29 November: Large cyclonic systems pass south and east of Africa and Madagascar. ~Ron Holle

Dec 7, 2018 11:32:00 PM Dave Fincher