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--August is the last month of meteorological summer in the Northern Hemisphere. --August lightning over the U.S. occurs in both large and small systems, clusters, and lines across all of the country. --Storms in the northern U.S. and Canada typically move eastward quickly. --Central America, Cuba, Florida, the Gulf of Mexico, and Mexico have very frequent daily lightning during all of the month. --The Southwest Monsoon is very active from northwest Mexico northward to the western U.S. states. --Northern Canada, but not Alaska often has strokes in August. --The east-west aligned equatorial trough, the Intertropical Convergence Zone, is weakly defined over the eastern North Pacific away from Central America. ~Ron Holle

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--03 to 09 August: Hurricane Hector moves from E to W to the south of Hawaii. --05 to 06, and 30 to 31 August: Entire Gulf of Mexico covered by thunderstorms. --10 to 13 August: Squall line moves north to south in southern Ontario. --17 to 24 August: Florida is well defined by afternoon lightning each day. --18 to 23 August: Hurricane Lane starts to SE and moves to Hawaii. ~Ron Holle

Sep 14, 2018 8:12:31 PM Dave Fincher