In the Italian seaside resort of Lignano a creepy weather spectacle occurred on Tuesday morning. A man filmed the storm spectacle with his camera.
- Severe storms raged in Italy on Tuesday .
- In the seaside resort of Lignano you could therefore marvel at an extraordinary weather phenomenon .
- A man held his camera on full speed and filmed the spectacle.
- You can find out what the weather will be like in Germany in our news ticker.
Lignano - On Tuesday morning (August 4th) there was an eerie silence where the tourists usually romp about on the sandy beach. Only a few people were on the promenade of the Italian holiday resort Lignano on the Adriatic coast. But one man was in the right place at the right time and was able to capture a spectacular weather phenomenon with his camera .
Lignano: Italy was also hit by violent storms
Not only here in southern Germany, where there have been several floods * in Bavaria * in the past few hours *, severe storms also raged in Austria and Italy . This is also the case in the seaside resort of Lignano in the Friuli-Venezia Giulia region. It was so stormy there that a huge tornado *met the coast near Grado, as reported by wetter.at. It briefly kicked up a lot of sand, but spared buildings, streets and cars. Tornadoes can sometimes reach wind speeds * of over 500 km / h.
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But as rare as some may believe, the weather phenomenon tornado , which can occur more often during storms *,not at all. Which can also occur over water, and then - the almost vertical air vortex waterspout is called - is more common on the Adriatic. This time everything went well, but Windhosen repeatedly cause serious damage in the various tourist locations.
Tornado in Lignano: Man just hold onto it with the camera
The man who shot this Instagram video seemed sure of his cause. Well, it was some distance from the cyclone, but a second tornado could well have formed near it. You can tell by his tone in any case that he has probably not seen such a spectacle often. The people who commented on the video are also amazed and shocked at the same time. For example, one woman writes: “That might look scary.” And many others simply post a scared smiley under the video. (Tel) * merkur.de is part of the Ippen-Digital network.
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