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--February is summer in the Southern Hemisphere. --Most of the lightning over Africa is along and south of the equator during this month. --Most lightning is during the day. --The equatorial trough, also called the Intertropical Convergence Zone, appears intermittently in the eastern Atlantic and Indian Oceans. --Essentially no lightning occurs over the Sahara, except on the Mediterranean coast. --A broad swath from Equatorial Guinea in the west, to Madagascar in the east, has thunderstorms nearly every day in February; there is usually not much movement to these storms. ~Ron Holle

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--01 to 02, 13, and 17 February: Active storms move across the Gulf States. 01 to 12 February: Madagascar thunderstorms tend to be strong and isolated in the afternoon and not connected to mainland Africa. --16 to 19 February: Strong well-defined afternoon sea breezes occur along the southern coasts of the African continent. --26 to 28 February: A large thunderstorm system moves W to E across India. ~Ron Holle

Mar 3, 2014 11:52:38 PM Dave Fincher