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Africa_6HR_Jan_2015

--January is the middle 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 somewhat defined just north of the equator over the Atlantic Ocean during the month. --Afternoon thunderstorms form over sub-Saharan Africa, generally south of the Equator. They tend to move slowly to the W near the equator and to the east over South Africa. Not much of this activity extends into the South Atlantic. --Madagascar has lightning activity every day that generally stays on the island. --No lightning occurs over the Sahara, except along the Mediterranean coast. ~Ron Holle

Feb 2, 2015 Webmaster Archive

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--01 to 04 January: A well-organized area of lightning moves E to W from Kenya across the Democratic Republic of the Congo. --04 to 06, 13 to 17, and 27 to 30 January: Organized cyclonic storms are over the Mediterranean Sea and Middle East, moving W to E. --15 to 16 January: A partial circular lightning pattern east of Madagascar is associated with Tropical Cyclone Bansi. --19 to 21 January: A well-organized area of lightning moves NW to SE across Iran. --16 to 17 January: Organized squall line moves SW to NE from South Africa to Mozambique. ~Ron Holle

Feb 4, 2015 5:45:00 PM Dave Fincher