Jesper Eriksen

Sep 23, 2020

Very good article, which brings me to the question are the any place in the Artic where it is not possible to detect lightning strikes with the current amount
of sensors?

The reason that I ask is that on Wednesday 19th of August lightning strikes occured a few km southeast of the Thule Base in northwesternmost Greenland, at a litte settlement called Savissivik. Se the image in the link below,

I am a meteorologist from DMI, and we make forecast for Greenland. But i has not been posible for me to find info on
maps showing lightning strikes for northern Greenland. Are they registrered at all? It seems to be out of range from the canadian
network. And will the Ice Cap give "noice" in the area?

Best regards Jesper Eriksen