What is Lightning Flash Rate Density?

Aya Tofach
Aya Tofach
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Lightning Flash Rate Density is a forecasted global parameter that can give Tomorrow.io users a better understanding of how many lightning flashes may occur per square km every 5 minutes.

It is forecasted 90 hours out and does not offer real-time data. LFDR is the ratio of the total number of flashes in a grid cell and the area of the grid cell.

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