If two thunderstorms converge, will the thunder be louder?
I have no idea but it's something I'd certainly want to be around to witness!
I'm guessing that when the two converge, it just becomes one (big) thunderstorm with average sized thunder & lightning.
No the thunder will not become louder just because two thunderstorms come together. What could happen is that one of the storms feeds off the moisture provided by the other storm and has a brief spike in intensity, which could produce a lot of lighting and thunderclaps, and perhaps more cloud to ground lighting with louder thunder.
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