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--November is the last month of meteorological autumn in the Northern Hemisphere, and of spring in the Southern Hemisphere. --Most thunderstorms in tropical regions move slowly from east to west, while at higher latitudes they move from west to east. --The major islands and land areas of Southeast Asia have thunderstorms on most afternoons due to sea breezes and along mountain slopes. --The equatorial trough, also called the Intertropical Convergence Zone, is broad and somewhat defined in an east-west alignment over the Pacific Ocean from Malaysia eastward. --New Zealand has most of the month’s lightning on the 20th and 27th-28th. ~Ron Holle

Dec 1, 2015 Webmaster Archive

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--01 to 03 November: Tropical Cyclone Chapala is very well defined by a circular lightning pattern as it approaches Yemen form the southeast. --01 to 04 November: Two major lines of thunderstorms sweep across most of Australia. --01 to 04 November: Most of India’s November lightning is over its southern tip. --07 to 09 November: In the same region as Chapala, Tropical Cyclone Megh crosses Socotra Island and moves westward but without a circular pattern. --17 November: Australia has sea breeze thunderstorms over most of the northeast to northwest coasts. --18 to 20 November: Thunderstorms over Australia in very long lines move rapidly to the east-southeast. --20 to 22 November: A cold frontal boundary over southern China has frequent lightning. ~Ron Holle

Dec 3, 2015 12:09:00 AM Dave Fincher