Remember, remember the fifth of November: was that thunder I heard or not?

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Owens, M. J.;

‘Thunder days’ are simple records of thunderstorm activity, logging whether a human observer heard thunder on a particular day or not. Despite their low dynamic range and inherent subjectivity, thunder days are invaluable as the only long-term observations of thundersto... View more
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