Thick fog creates a 'tsunami' of wave clouds on a beach in Florida, US. The phenomenon was snapped by pilot JR Hott, from Panhandle Helicopters, as he flew over a fog-swamped beach in Florida on Sunday February 5. The fog wave engulfed an entire row of tall blocks of flats which line the Gulf of Mexico in Panama City Beach, giving the impression of tsunami-style waves.
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Water... Land... Whichever... I find tornados to be one of the most terrifying occurrences in nature... Pictured above is one of the better images yet recorded of a waterspout, a type of tornado that occurs over water. Waterspouts are spinning columns of rising moist air that typically form over warm water. Waterspouts can be as dangerous as tornadoes and can feature wind speeds over 200 kilometers per hour. Some waterspouts form away from thunderstorms and even during relatively fair weather.