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APAC_24HR_April2014

--April is autumn in the Southern Hemisphere, and spring in the Northern Hemisphere. --In the tropics, thunderstorms are typically stationary or move slowly to the E, while they move more rapidly from W to E at higher latitudes. --Much of the lightning is during the day. --The major islands of SE Asia have thunderstorms nearly every afternoon. On these islands, afternoon lightning forms due to sea breezes and along the slopes of mountain ranges. --Early and late in the month, a very sharp WNW-ESE line of lightning forms in the afternoon at the base of the Himalayas over Nepal and northern India. --The equatorial trough over the oceans is not well organized within this view for most of the month. ~Ron Holle

May 2, 2014 Webmaster Archive

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--01 to 03 and 05 to 07 April: Strong thunderstorm complexes form over southern China and move ESE. --01 to 08 and 28 to 30 April: Major activity over the land mass of Australia in April is confined to these two periods. --08 to 22 April: Afternoon storms over central India form on many days and have weak motion, but storms move W to E in the northern portion of India. --22 to 24 April: A strong complex moves E to W off India; thunderstorm activity then remains over the Indian Ocean for the rest of the month. ~Ron Holle

May 5, 2014 9:14:45 PM Dave Fincher