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SoAmer_24hr_Feb_2018

--February is the last month of meteorological summer in the Southern Hemisphere. --Most lightning near the equator is over land and during the day as shown by pulsing of white colors. --The equatorial trough, also called the Intertropical Convergence Zone, is well defined in a northeast-southwest alignment over the Atlantic Ocean, and infrequent over the Eastern Pacific. --Daily thunderstorms over Brazil move from the east-northeast but individual storms do not travel far or survive into the next day. --The Andes provide a sharp western boundary in a NNW-SSE line and no lightning occurs over the cold water offshore of the Andes. --The South Atlantic and South Pacific Oceans away from the continent are nearly lightning-free. --Lightning occurs at various times through February on the southern edge of the map at 55 degrees south latitude, including the southern tip of South America. ~Ron Holle

Mar 2, 2018 Webmaster Archive

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--08 to 10 February: Thunderstorms form over Argentina and move far offshore over the South Atlantic. --12 to 14 February: A cold front clears thunderstorms over land areas from south to north over Argentina. --21 February: Equatorial trough is sharply defined from West Africa to the northeast tip of South America. ~Ron Holle

Mar 12, 2018 6:01:23 PM Dave Fincher