A flash of lightning passed, and the cloud was split? It’s an illusion! A lightning flashed across the roadside trees would be split.
Why is the cloud not split? Because lightning is formed by the strong discharge of positive and negative charges in the cloud or between the ground and the cloud, the water droplet particles contained in the cloud are too small to be cleaved.
The tree is solid and has a large area of force, which can easily be split.