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--March is the first month of meteorological spring in the Northern Hemisphere. --March lightning over the United States is in well-organized lines and clusters that usually start on the Plains and/or Southeast states and move eastward for several days. --The east-west aligned equatorial trough, the Intertropical Convergence Zone, is intermittent over the eastern North Pacific. --Large organized thunderstorm lines and regions are frequent over North Atlantic during March. --Canada and Alaska have very few strokes during March. --Central America and Mexico have minimal lightning during March. --Daily thunderstorms over Brazil move from the northeast, but individual storms do not travel far. ~Ron Holle

Apr 3, 2018 Webmaster Archive

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--04 to 09 March: Large area of thunderstorms in cyclonic circulation over North Atlantic. --19 March: Tornadoes over northern Alabama and Georgia in a WNW-ESE swath. --19 to 21 March: Equatorial trough is well defined in the eastern Pacific. --26 to 28 March: Frequent lightning in the vicinity of Hawaii. --22 to 23 March: Long frontal boundary over Atlantic with lightning from Cuba to Newfoundland. ~Ron Holle

Apr 5, 2018 8:53:30 PM Dave Fincher