Lake Michigan water formed several tornadoes

With some of them reaching 100 meters in height. Tornadoes quickly appeared and just as quickly disappeared. In contrast to the "classic" tornado, water up there for half an hour. They are not always accompanied by gale-force winds. Most often, this phenomenon has been observed in the tropics, and over the Great Lakes in the U.S. it is very rare.

Category: Natural anomalies

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