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APAC_24hr_May_2018

--May is the last month of meteorological spring in the Northern Hemisphere, and of autumn in the Southern Hemisphere. --Major lightning-producing squall lines move from the northwest to southeast across northeast India and Bangladesh, especially early in the month. --The major islands and land areas of tropical Southeast Asia, including New Guinea, have daily thunderstorms in sea breezes and along mountain slopes; they are mostly stationary until moving from the east late in May. --Most thunderstorms at higher latitudes move from west to east, while they move from varying directions in tropical regions. -- Australia and New Zealand lightning is in a few large organized systems in May. --The equatorial trough, the Intertropical Convergence Zone, is difficult to identify on most May days over the Indian and Western Pacific Oceans. ~Ron Holle

Jun 2, 2018 Webmaster Archive

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--01 to 04 May: Large complexes move north to south over south and east India. --01 to 11 May: Numerous squall lines race from north to south over Bangladesh. --06 to 10 May: Nearly continuous lightning over Cambodia, Thailand, and southern Vietnam. --19 to 26 May: Tropical Cyclone Mekunu develops over Arabian Sea and moves northwest onshore to Yemen and Oman. ~Ron Holle

Jun 6, 2018 8:45:46 PM Dave Fincher