How Is Thunder Made?


Thunder is the clash of two air currents that are usually moving at different speeds. Thunder often follows a flash of lightening and is followed itself by a rumble.
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Thunder is made when lightning strikes. The energy from the lightning heats up the air so much that is makes a loud explosion sound. When lightning is near, thunder will be heard soon after the lightning flash.
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