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--February is summer in the Southern Hemisphere. --By tracking the latest hours in white, the sun can be seen to be overhead and moving from east to west on a daily basis. --The equatorial trough, also called the Intertropical Convergence Zone, appears intermittently in the Atlantic, east Pacific, and Indian Oceans. --Over the middle and higher latitudes in both hemispheres, systems are traveling west to east. --Europe has active thunderstorms approaching from the W in the first half of the month, then later in February again. ~Ron Holle

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--12 to 17, and 18 to 20 February: Prolific lightning-producing storms over the SE United States move eastward offshore. --01 to 15 February, and other times: Well-organized areas of thunderstorms move E from Argentina and Uruguay. This feature occurs E of large land masses in the middle latitudes, and is also apparent to a lesser extent E or SE of North America, Japan, South Africa, and Australia during this loop. --10 to 11 February: A circulation is evident over the NW coast of Australia, probably due to a tropical system. --12 to 15 February: Strong thunderstorms occur over the eastern Mediterranean. --13 to 18 February: Well-defined sea breezes occur each afternoon over southern Africa. --26 to 28 February: A large thunderstorm system moves W to E across India ~Ron Holle

Mar 3, 2014 11:45:25 PM Dave Fincher