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If it is not raining is there the danger of lightning?

Asked by Happy1234 (7 points ) September 18th, 2008

Just a curious question

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sacaver's avatar

Yes. Lightning can strike up to 10 miles away from a storm. NOAA has some intersting facts on lightning here

PredatorGanazX's avatar

Yes it is, lightning does not necessary comes with a rain. it is more towards the statics and the condition of the air presure.

It is always lightning first before the actual rain and at times without the rain.

8lightminutesaway's avatar

yeah, I was watchin a documentary, and they said lightning actually strikes more when theres no rain, you just can’t see it or something. I don’t know if thats true, but it was a documentary

bpeoples's avatar

Can be—some places it’s more likely than others. Louisville, KY, is pretty well known for “bolts out of the blue”

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