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Lightning strike

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A lightning strike is an electric discharge between the atmosphere and an earth- bound object. They mostly originate in a Cumulonimbus cloud and terminate on ...

LightningMaps.org: Real-Time Lightning Map

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See lightning strikes in real time across the planet. Free access to maps of former thunderstorms. By Blitzortung.org and contributors.

Lightning Strikes Weather Map - weather.com

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View weather map showing the latest US areas that have been struck by lightning.

NWS Lightning Safety: Five Ways Lightning Strikes People

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It is not always possible to know exactly how a victim has been struck, but here is a list of ways that lightning strikes its victims. Any of these types of strikes can ...

How to Survive a Lightning Strike | Lightning Statistics - Live Science

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Jul 19, 2013 ... Lightning strikes worldwide kill about 24000 people each year, and roughly 240000 people are injured on an annual basis. Here's what you ...

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What if I were struck by lightning? | HowStuffWorks

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Being struck by lighting can happen in a large number of ways with a direct strike being the worst. Find out what happens if you're struck by lightning.

What Happens When You Get Struck By Lightning - Gizmodo

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Aug 28, 2012 ... Lightning strikes do, however, differ from the industrial shocks you'd receive from high-voltage equipment. First, the level of voltage is greater in ...

Lightning Injuries: Background, Etiology, Epidemiology

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Jun 6, 2016 ... For most thunderstorms, 70-90% of lightning strikes are intracloud or from cloud to cloud. From 10-30% of lightning can be cloud to ground ...

Ten shocking things that can happen if you are struck by lightning ...

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May 8, 2013 ... 2) The heat associated with the lightning strike can cause clothing to catch on fire . In addition, clothes can be shredded by the explosive force of ...

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Intellicast - Lightning Strikes in United States

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The National Lightning map shows where cloud-to-ground lightning strikes have occurred in the last hour. Lightning is an atmospheric discharge of electricity, ...

Lightning FAQ - What happens when lightning strikes a house?

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If you know your house has just been hit directly by lightning, call the fire department. It is common for lightning to start fires in the attic and within walls of homes.

Severe Weather 101: Lightning FAQ

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A helmeted bicyclist experienced a lightning strike to the head under fair weather conditions with a cloudless sky. It was determined that the bolt probably ...