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--March is the first month of meteorological spring in the Northern Hemisphere, and of autumn in the Southern Hemisphere. --The major islands and land areas of tropical Southeast Asia have daily thunderstorms in sea breezes and along mountain slopes; they move most often from the W through the month. --Most thunderstorms at higher latitudes move from W to E. --The equatorial trough, the Intertropical Convergence Zone, is diffuse over the Western Pacific and Indian Oceans. --Lightning activity over the Philippines, Thailand, Myanmar, Vietnam, and Cambodia increases through March. --Over Australia, lightning is most often over the north and east coasts. --Over the Indian subcontinent, lightning is over the northern portion moves quickly from W to E. ~Ron Holle

Apr 4, 2019 Webmaster Archive

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--12 March: Continuous E to W line of thunderstorms forms simultaneously across most of northern portions of Australia and moves to NW. --16 to 25 March: Tropical Cyclone Trevor moves NE to SW across northeast tip of Australia; gusts to 140 knots on 22nd. --18 to 24 March: Tropical Cyclone Veronica moves NE to SW, then to SE along northwest coast of Australia; gusts to 135 knots on 22nd. --26 to 29 March: Thunderstorms move W to E from northern India to Myanmar to China. ~Ron Holle

Apr 9, 2019 12:25:29 AM Dave Fincher