Full graph scale "counts" indicate a close, strong storm to the station
The Flash-to-Bang (F-B) Method requires no dedicated detector: only counting the time in seconds from seeing lightning’s flash, to seeing the associated thunder or bang. For each five seconds, lightning is one mile away. Thus, a F-B of 10 = 2 miles; 15 = 3 miles; 20 = 4 miles; etc. 

Some lightning sensors have problems with electrical
interference this comes from electrical  appliances that
produce noise.  This sensor may produce false counts

Hobby boards 1 wire Lightning  senor   only  records  lightning  counts

The number of strikes is increasing, as the storm gets
more intense, or that its getting closer , and more in range

The lightning sensor has been updated  with a new circuit from hobby boards   this will cut down the amount of interferencethis

Weather data is based on amateur readings
and should not be interpreted as being totally accurate.
   This site is just for people with a general interest in weather

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Cheddleton weather station in contributing data to  "Blitzortung.org" this is a  community of station operators who transmit their data to the central server, Please see our live Lightning data map
Ferrite rod antenna
E-field Amplifier + Controller PCB
AS3935 Franklin Lightning Sensor
Mounted in one Box

H-field Amplifier
Mounted in one Box
E-Field antenna
H-field Amplifier pcb
E-Pre Amplifier PCB
Controller PCB
Controller PCB Plugged in to
AS3935 pcb Lightning
Sensor Connected to the

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