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NA_Dec15_24HR

--December is the first 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 often 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. ~Ron Holle

Jan 5, 2016 Webmaster Archive

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--01 to 10 December: A persistent trough is located over the western Caribbean, oriented southwest to northeast. --01 to 11 December: Three clusters of lightning with banded structure approach the Oregon and Washington coasts, moving from west to east. --13 December: A Kona Low is evident north of Hawaii. --15 to 18 December: A large non-tropical cyclonic circulation is far to the east of Bermuda. --16 and 27 December: The equatorial trough east of Brazil has a split structure. --22 to 28 December: Several significant severe weather outbreaks are accompanied by frequent lightning over the southeast one-third of the U.S. ~Ron Holle

Jan 7, 2016 7:52:25 PM Dave Fincher