Lightning Distance Equation Formulas Calculator

Weather Warnings - Safety - Meteorology

Solving for the elapsed time between observing the thunder strike and hearing the thunder.

Distance to lightning equation rearranged to solve for the time between seeing the lightning strike and hearing the thunder

Note, the speed of sound (s) is approximately 1100 to 1200 feet per second.


lightning distance (d)
speed of sound in air (s)


lightning distance (d)
= 0
= 0
speed of sound in air (s)
= 0
= 0


elapsed time between flash and thunder (t)

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