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--March is the first month of meteorological spring in the Northern Hemisphere. --Lightning is nearly absent over Canada, Alaska, Central America, and infrequent over Cuba and Hispaniola. --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. --Several large cyclonic lightning-producing storms are apparent during March over the eastern Pacific Ocean. ~Ron Holle

Apr 2, 2016 Webmaster Archive

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--07 to 08 March: Frequent lightning moves from northwest to southeast across Baja California and extends across much of Mexico. --08 to 13 March: Well-organized clusters and squall lines move from southwest to northeast across all of the Gulf of Mexico; very heavy rains occur in the southeast U.S. --16 to 23 March: The equatorial trough has a double east-west structure over the Eastern Pacific. --22 to 26 March: Lightning persists in the Hawaiian region. --24 March: Frequent lightning occurs ahead of a cold front from Wisconsin to Texas. --28 to 31 March: A prolific lightning-producing complex moves west to east across the Gulf of Mexico and Florida. ~Ron Holle

Apr 5, 2016 9:34:10 PM Dave Fincher