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What causes Brontide thunder?

on February 13 at 01:37 AM
Lightning is exceptionally hot so when it passes through the air, it heats the air very rapidly. This heat causes a rapid expansion of the air column followed immediately by rapid contraction of the air column due to the air cooling back down. ... If thelightning hits close by, the thunder will sound like a crack or bang.

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