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  1. 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!
  2. See lightning strikes in real time across the planet. Free access to maps of former thunderstorms. By arciabagaseta.glycufafutolalnaijouparseoholdweb.co and contributors.
  3. Cold War British military aircraft, including history, surviving airframes, profile drawings, photos, walkarounds, links, references. Also viewing guides for UK airfields and the Test Flying Memorial.
  4. Apr 12,  · Heavy thunderstorm sounds, relaxing pouring rain & lightning video for sleep. Allow this calming storm sounds nature video to create a soothing ambience for.
  5. On a failed save, a creature takes 2d6 thunder damage and becomes Deafened for 1 minute. On a successful save, a creature takes half damage and isn't Deafened. Thunder and Lightning: You can use an action to use the Lightning Strike and Thunderclap properties at the same time. Doing so doesn't expend the daily use of those properties, only the.
  6. What causes thunder? In a fraction of a second, lightning heats the air around it to incredible temperatures—as hot as 54, °F (30, °C). That's five times hotter than the surface of the Sun! The heated air expands explosively, creating a shockwave as the surrounding air is rapidly compressed. The air then contracts rapidly as it cools.

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