Phreatic eruptions - Credit: Photograph by D.A. Swanson on 4 April 1980. Phreatic eruptions Phreatic eruptions are stream-driven eruptions that happen when water beneath or above the ground is heated up, potentially causing it to boil and "flash to steam," creating an explosion, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
épinglé par ❃❀CM❁✿Image of cloud in Portugal that looks like hand of God goes viral Turbulent circular movement of wind in the low- to mid-levels of the atmosphere created the unusual cloud A giant fireball about to hit Madeira in Portugal was captured by Meteo Madeira, a weather bureau in Portugal. It was sighted on the northern coast of the Portuguese island at sunrise, which is where Real Madrid footballer Cristiano Ronaldo was born
Extremely rare shot of a fire whirl by Photojournalist Edio Junior/Brazil. They are induced by fire and are composed of flame, gases, and combustible materials, initially sucked into eddies of air. Rarely, they can reach a cloud and become an actual tornado.