How fast does thunder travel?

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Thunder travels at the same speed as sound. The speed thunder travels is 1,087 feet per second. Thunder can also be heard from many miles away, but the closer it is, the louder the crack.
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Thunder travels at the speed of sound. The speed of sound is about 1,087 feet per second. Lightning produces thunder. So, if the lightning strikes a mile away, it takes 5 seconds to be heard.
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