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Are you safe from lightning if you haven't heard thunder for 30 minutes?
Ah, lightning. Nothing like millions of volts of electricity skittering around your neighborhood to get the old heart rate up and send you scrambling for cover. Of course, no one can stay hidden forever, so when's it safe to come out? Read more »
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