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  • Malajar
    Thunder is the sound caused by a nearby flash of lightning and can be heard for a distance of only about 10 miles from the lightning strike. The sound of thunder should serve as a warning to anyone outside that they are within striking distance of the storm and need to get to a safe place immediately!
  • Brami
    When you see the flash of a lightning bolt, you can start counting seconds and then divide to see how far away the lightning struck. If it takes 10 seconds for the thunder to roll in, the lightning struck about 2 miles or 3 kilometers away. For more information on lightning .
  • Taugore
    Jul 02,  · Thunder, the sound produced by lightning, generally cannot be heard more than about 15 miles from the nearest point of the lightning bolt from you. That's the .
  • Mesida
    Thunder is more likely to reflect off the Earth's surface before it reaches an observer far from the strike, and only the right refraction and reflection of the sound off of the atmosphere will give it the range it needs to be heard far away. The reflection and refraction in the troposphere determines who hears the strike and who doesn't.
  • Goltir
    May 24,  · Thunder Thunder is the sound produced by the rapid heating of air by a lightning strike. The word thunder is derived from the 'Thor', the Norse god of thunder, known for his ability to forge.
  • Branos
    Dec 13,  · How to Determine Distance between Thunder and Lightning Thunder can be heard from a distance of approximately 10 miles from the point of the lightning strike. If you can hear the sound of thunder, it’s a warning that you’re within striking distance of the storm.
  • Dounris
    Nov 05,  · Distant Thunders and close Rain, a perfect combination for our Brains, for Meditation, Yoga or simply Relaxation. Please subscribe for more content!! Like as on Facebook:
  • Shataxe
    See distance to other cities from Thunder Bay – Ontario – Canada measured in kilometers (km), miles and nautical miles and their local time. Distances are measured using a direct path, as the crow flies and the compass direction is shown as well.
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