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Brian Brettschneider 10 Aug 19
Replying to @NWSFairbanks
Approximate Location:
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L. David Baron 10 Aug 19
Do they mean 85N 120E (not W), or was the Lena River delta reference wrong?
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Brian Brettschneider 10 Aug 19
The mouth of the Lena River is at 124°E/73°N.
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felinecannonball 11 Aug 19
A lengthy blogpost on lightning over the Arctic sea, and our new norm.
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Brian Brettschneider 11 Aug 19
Very interesting!
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Brian Brettschneider 11 Aug 19
Replying to @feline_cannon
I randomly came across this last week.
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Joseph Pa🌩🌩on 10 Aug 19
GLD or GLM?
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Brian Brettschneider 10 Aug 19
I assume GLD360.
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☈H^2 10 Aug 19
Replying to @Climatologist49
Maybe Santa was just out trying to fix the lightning detection network?
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Cynthia Vicario 10 Aug 19
What does this mean ? Can you explain ?
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Geoff Fox 10 Aug 19
Alaska and other polar and sub-polar regions have responded to climate change at a much faster rate than the rest of the world. Though we can't say what caused this thunderstorm we do know long term underlying conditions are changing and we should expect to see the unexpected!
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