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--January is the middle month of meteorological winter in the Northern Hemisphere. --Thunderstorms move from the west at higher latitudes, and are generally stationary in Central America. --Cuba, Hispaniola, and Central America are usually free of lightning. --A weak intermittent equatorial trough, also called the Intertropical Convergence Zone, is in an east-west alignment over the eastern North Pacific Ocean and western Atlantic. --Lightning is almost completely absent in Canada and Alaska. ~Ron Holle

Feb 3, 2016 Webmaster Archive

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--07 to 08 January: A series of three El Nino storms is over the southern U.S.; one off the Florida coast, one in Texas, and a third near Tucson. --08 to 11 January: Over the North Pacific, several clusters and long lines of thunderstorms move west to east. Similar events occur at other times during January. --14 to 16 January: New storms in Mexico move northeast across the Gulf of Mexico to Florida. --20 to 24 January: A long swath of lightning extends over the North Atlantic, consisting of numerous individual long-path storms. ~Ron Holle

Feb 5, 2016 12:33:17 AM Dave Fincher