A few days ago, it was a storm where I was and I noticed something strange. I saw the light of the light of the lightning, but this time it was accompanied by some sort of a sound that I couldn’t explain. I think it was like hissing. And then a very loud thunder sound came immediately after.
My father witnessed that and he said that he had heard stuff like this multiple times and interpreted this phenomenon as the lightning’s heat boiling the rain around it and that sound is the sound of boiling water. Now that I’m thinking, it did sound like boiling water.
I think what he said makes a lot of sense, but I’m not sure. Is that the explanation, or is there a much more complex reason for this? And that lighting didn’t hit anything near us, so I don’t think it was a sound made by something hit by lightning.
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