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Paul Dellegatto⚡️FOX
Oh my! Incredible pic of a strike in Venice last night. Classic example how lightning can strike 5 to 10 miles from parent cloud. Credit: Justin Battles
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Jeremy Frank 11 Jul 18
Replying to @PaulFox13 @EWErickson
Dang it...and I thought the pic I took recently in Atlanta was impressive, but it’s not even close!
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john bayliss 11 Jul 18
That strike, the part that you see, has travelled upwards
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I'm the weatherman, whatever man 11 Jul 18
If you can look at the tendrils, you can see the air broke down into plasma from the cloud first, then toward the ground. However the current in the lightning strike travels upward (neg to pos), opposite of a normal strike.
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cronedoggy 11 Jul 18
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Ruby D 11 Jul 18
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This is awesome as well as dangerous!
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Lorraine Ziff 13 Jul 18
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Wow!!
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SEPTICEYESANDRA 11 Jul 18
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Jake Suter 11 Jul 18
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This is exactly why the has a 30 minute delay when lightning is observed during an event. It’s all fun and games until someone is tragically hurt by lightning.
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shawnee 11 Jul 18
Replying to @PaulFox13 @TBLightning
needs that on shirts
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