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--August is the last month of meteorological summer in the Northern Hemisphere. --Daily thunderstorms form over Florida, Cuba, Hispaniola, and Central America. Activity is intermittent over Puerto Rico due to the strong easterlies this time of year. --Daily storms occur in the North American Monsoon over NW Mexico and SW U.S.; storms extend to the NW and N over the western U.S. on most days. --A broad equatorial trough is apparent in the eastern North Pacific Ocean and western Atlantic north of the equator during much of the month. --Thunderstorms over Canada are well-organized and move rather quickly from W to E. --03 August: An east-west-oriented squall line is moving north to south from Michigan. --12 August: Lightning is occurring along the north slope of Nunavut. --22 to 23 August: A large system from central Ontario to Kansas moves east and splits, one part east to the Great Lakes and the other southeast to Arkansas. ~Ron Holle

Sep 2, 2015 Webmaster Archive

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