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--February is the last month of meteorological summer in the Southern Hemisphere, and of winter in the Northern Hemisphere. --The equatorial trough, also called the Intertropical Convergence Zone, is well defined over the Atlantic Ocean between Africa and South America, and more diffuse over the Arabian Sea. --Afternoon thunderstorms near the equator move in a disorganized pattern early in the month, then start to move to the west over sub-Saharan Africa later in February. --Madagascar has daily thunderstorms throughout the month, particularly the west coast. --The northern edge of lightning activity shifts to the north until afternoon strokes occur along the southern coast of West Africa by late in the month. --Lightning is non-existent over the Sahara south of the Mediterranean. ~Ron Holle

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--14 to 17, 21 to 22, and 27 to 29 February: Cyclonic circulations over the Mediterranean Sea travel from Spain or Italy eastward to Israel. --16 to 20, and 23 to 27 February: Storms form daily over the southern portion of South Africa and move in a generally east direction. --17 to 20 February: Lightning occurs in the area of Dubai and southern Iran. --20 February: Organized thunderstorms are off the west coast of Morocco. --26 to 28 February: Moderate lightning activity over Saudi Arabia. ~Ron Holle

Mar 3, 2016 11:19:14 PM Dave Fincher