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--June is the first month of meteorological summer in the Northern Hemisphere. --Most thunderstorms at higher latitudes are moving from W to E, while there is weak motion from the E closer to the equator. --The major islands of SE Asia have thunderstorms nearly every afternoon due to sea breezes and along the slopes of mountain ranges. --Lightning is on the S side of the Himalayas over India to some extent every day; storms often move toward the ESE. --Thunderstorms form almost daily over the NE shore of the Black Sea and often move N to NE. These storms are especially strong later in the month. --Sea breeze storms form daily along the W coasts of Yemen and sometimes Saudi Arabia. --A nearly stationary W to E line of lightning is apparent over SE China and eastward over the Pacific Ocean or southern Japan on many days. ~Ron Holle

Jul 2, 2015 Webmaster Archive

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--04 to 11 June: A nearly stationary cyclonic circulation is over eastern Mongolia and NE China. --06 to 17 June: A circulation is apparent over southeastern India. --11 to 12 June: Tropical Cyclone Ashobaa moves onto the Muscat shore. --11 to 12 June: The farthest north June lightning in this loop is NE of Novaya Zemlya. --14 to 15 June: A nearly closed circulation is apparent over NE Kazakhstan into Russia. --20 to 22 June: Storms move E to W over western Mongolia. --29 to 30 June: A very long line of lightning is apparent across much of Russia with several storms moving rapidly W to E. ~Ron Holle

Jul 15, 2015 9:32:55 PM Dave Fincher