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What is a "Bolt from the Blue?"

What is a "Bolt from the Blue?"

Did you know that lightning can still strike when the sky is blue? This kind of lightning is referred to as a “Bolt from the Blue” because they appear to come out of a clear sky.
A “Bolt from the Blue” is a type of cloud to ground lightning, it typically appears from the back side of a thunderstorm cloud and can travel 25 miles in the air before angling and hitting the ground. “Bolts from the Blue” are the reason you should wait 30 minutes after a storm ends before resuming outdoor activities.
The TALOS lightning detector detects lightning from 25 miles away so you will be protected from the “Bolt from the Blue.” Get your lightning detector today and stay aware of lightning in the area.
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