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The Why Files: Nothing Light About Lightning

This article from the Why Files goes into great detail about lightning, how it is formed, the connection between lightning and thunder, and the dangers of lightning.
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Along with summer come summer thunderstorms accompanied by bolts and bolts of lightning. This article from the Why Files goes into great detail about lightning, how it is formed, the connection between lightning and thunder, and the dangers of lightning. Find out where you are safe in a lightning storm, and why a person struck by lightning suffers such long-lasting injuries. Find graphs, pictures, and diagrams showing various information about lightning. Keep all this in mind during Lightning Awareness Week.

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