Giant waterspout in Bermuda triangle

Giant waterspout in Bermuda triangle

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Credit: J.G. GOLDEN/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY.

Caption: Giant waterspout seen in the Bermuda Triangle area. Note the double wall in the funnel tip. A waterspout is a funnel-shaped mass of cloud & water, similar to a tornado only occurring at sea. It is more a feature of tropical & sub-tropical waters than of higher latitude seas. An inverted cone-shape cloud descends from a cumulonimbus cloud until it reaches a cone of spray rising from the sea. A column of water is formed between sea & cloud. The spout may be several hundred feet high & may last for half hour.

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Keywords: climate, extreme, meteorology, severe storm, storms, waterspout, weather

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