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--November is the last month of meteorological autumn in the Northern Hemisphere. --Thunderstorms move from the west at higher latitudes, and from the east in the tropics. --Daily thunderstorms form over Cuba, Hispaniola, and Central America throughout the month. --An intermittent equatorial trough, also called the Intertropical Convergence Zone, is in an east-west alignment over the eastern North Pacific Ocean and western Atlantic. --Thunderstorms are frequent over Central America until they are almost absent starting on the 25th. --Lightning is almost absent in Canada. ~Ron Holle

Dec 1, 2015 Webmaster Archive

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--08 to 10 November: A region of intermittent lightning moves southeast from the Gulf of Alaska indicating cold temperatures aloft. --11 to 12 November: A significant severe weather outbreak begins in Kansas and expands NE. --16 to 17 November: Another large severe weather outbreak begins in the lee of the Rocky Mountains from Texas to Nebraska and moves east to southeast. --20 to 21 November: A large non-tropical cyclonic circulation is evident east of Bermuda. --22 to 23 November: The equatorial trough east of Brazil has a split structure. --24 to 27 November: Lightning associated with Hurricane Sandra is apparent south of Baja California moving northeast to onshore in Mexico. --26 to 30 November: Frequent lightning indicates a lingering trough across Hispaniola and adjacent oceans. ~Ron Holle

Dec 2, 2015 11:57:29 PM Dave Fincher