Thunder and lighting happen at the same time. However, light travels faster than sound, so we can see the lightning before hearing the thunder.
Comitar is correct. In a little more depth, lightening is a large electrical discharge. The electricity heats up the air around the lightning; the air expands and begins to vibrate. The vibration bounces off the earth and the clouds; this is the sound that we hear.
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