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--October is the middle month of meteorological autumn in the Northern Hemisphere. --Squall lines, troughs, and frontal boundaries with moderate lightning frequencies occur over the United States. --Central America has moderate lightning until late in the month. --There is no lightning over Alaska and minimal activity over Canada. --The east-west aligned equatorial trough, the Intertropical Convergence Zone, is moderately well defined over the western North Atlantic and eastern North Pacific during the month. --A trough is apparent intermittently from the southern Caribbean to the northeast throughout the month. ~Ron Holle

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--01 to 02 October: The only significant lightning of the month over western Canada is an extension from the United States. --06 to 08 October: Category 4 Hurricane Matthew has a large circulation in outer rainbands offshore from Florida and the Carolinas. --14 October: Remnant of a west Pacific typhoon approaches Oregon and Washington. --17 to 18 October: Two isolated systems race from the Dakotas into southeast Canada. ~Ron Holle

Nov 4, 2016 6:21:01 PM Dave Fincher