A gentleman by the name of Clint was in Daytona Beach, Florida during a tremendous storm when he grabbed his camera in hopes of capturing the flashes of lightning. He managed to capture one massive strike.
What Clint captured on film was called a secondary lightning strike. That is several additional strikes after one main one. HowStuffWorks defines the occurrence: “It is very possible that the main strike can be followed by 30 or 40 secondary strikes. Depending on the time delay between strikes, we may see what looks like one long-duration main strike, or the main strike followed by other flashes along the path of the main strike.”
See the seriously impressive video below!
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