This weather is not expect.
Rain, wind, thunder and lightning are common and familiar to us phenomenon. However, under certain circumstances they can lead to strange, scary and quite incredible phenomena. We offer to your attention a selection of the most striking cases, when talking about the weather is not trivial.
A powerful tornado that struck the town of Joplin in the us state of Missouri in 2011, scattered around piles of wood and debris, and deeply stuck a kitchen chair in the outer wall of the store. At speeds of over 320 kilometres per hour feet hit the wall, like a flying spear. If the store sold furniture, it would make a good advertising.
Bloody rain. In 2013, the crimson rain fell in the coastal Indian state of Kerala. Caused by the spores of red algae, which probably brought from the ocean to the rain clouds strong winds. Unusual rain stained clothes and gathered in puddles like blood stains.
Locust tornadoes.In 2014, the photographer took “tornado” from insects (probably locusts) height more than 300 meters near Lisbon (Portugal). Small eddies can involve midges, but large tornado of insects usually occur due to optical illusions or the behavior of the swarm, not the weather.
Wind mail. Updrafts of a tornado can lift the paper and other light objects to a height of over 6,000 meters and can carry for miles. The winds there are in Kansas. Of course, the trailer is Ellie in real life, this tornado is unlikely to be raised. But in 1915 a personal check from great Bend, Kansas, flew about 320 miles to Palmyra, Nebraska. The farthest flight was the airline “Tornado airlines”.
Frogs from the sky. The rain of frogs, perhaps one of the most common “strange” weather phenomena. The cause is water tornadoes, which suck in wind turbulence not only water, but also what it is. One of the last such case occurred in 2005 in Serbia, when the tornado roughly pulled thousands of frogs from their cozy ponds, and then dropped from the sky in the nearby city of Odzaci.
Brinell (finger of death). We used to see icicles hanging from the roofs. However in the Arctic have special icicles that hang under water and are a mortal danger to the inhabitants of the ocean floor.
Lightning Of Catatumbo
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