Dust devil captured on camera in Versailles, France

One word needed… picturesque! A photogenic dust devil has been captured on camera in Versailles, France – watch in the video below.

It’s unclear who captured the video on the day the dust devil struck – 31st May. However, Severe Weather Europe posted the video on their official Facebook account.

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Dust devil captured on camera in Spain

The cars driving in front of it look like storm chasers!

A photogenic dust devil has been captured on camera in Spain – Ordesa y Monte Perdido National Park to be precise – watch in the video below.

The video was captured by Instagram user, oapngob. However, the video was posted by Discover Tornadoes (@discovertornadoes) on their official Instagram account.

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Spectacular dust devil captured on camera in Poland

A spectacular dust devil has been captured on camera in Sobótka, Wrocław County, Lower Silesian Voivodeship in south-western Poland – watch in the video below.

It can be assumed the video was captured by Artur Gadzinowski on the day the dust devil struck.

However, the video was posted by Severe Weather Europe on their official Twitter account. Find more of our dust devil articles here.

Look at it go! Dust devil captured on camera in Hanover County, Virginia

A dust devil has been captured on camera in Hanover County, Virginia – Mechanicsville to be precise – watch in the video below. 

The video was captured by Ken Shaner on the day the dust devil struck. The description for the video can be read below. 

“This dust devil just appeared in front of me at work yesterday.”

Strong dust devil captured on camera in central China

Eighteen children were injured.

A strong dust devil has been captured on camera in a scenic spot in Yucheng County, China’s central Henan Province – watch in the video below.

As you can see in the above video, the dust devil blew away a trampoline. All the injured were rushed to a local hospital.

We are unable to provide the name of the person who captured the video. However, the video was posted by CGTN on their official YouTube account.

UPDATE: Another video of the dust devil has emerged online. Watch in the video below.

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Massive dust devil captured on camera in Australia

You could compare this sucker as a wedge Tornado by the looks of it.

Crikey mate! A massive dust devil has been captured on camera in Queensland, Australia – watch in the video below. 

The video was captured by Erik Mowgil Eriksson and posted on his Instagram account around an hour ago today. 

Watch another – second – video of the dust devil – captured by Eriksson – below.

Dust devil captured on camera in Chichén Itzá, Mexico…

…There’s a twist! The dust devil struck the Mayan Ruins – “Temple of Kukulkan”.

Once in a lifetime shot & experience! A dust devil has been captured on camera in Chichén Itzá, Mexico – watch in the video below.

The video was captured by Enrike Sanchez. However, the video was posted by Nash from Nashville a handful of days ago on his official Twitter account. 

Another video of the above dust devil, however re-produced by ABC News – can be watched below.

The above video comes from Maya Merriweather via Storyful.

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Dust devil captured on camera near Gurdon, Arkansas

The photo’s caption tells you everything you need to know. A dust devil has been captured on camera in Arkansas – near Gurdon to be precise – see in the photo below.

The photo was captured by Kristen and Jason Elliot yesterday – March 17th. However, the photo was posted by Todd Yakoubian on his Twitter account.

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Look at the speed of it go! Dust devil captured on camera in Guatemala

A dust devil has been captured on camera in La Emboscada, San Miguel Sigüilá, Quetzaltenango, Guatemala – watch in the video below.

The video was posted by Noticias Ultima Hora on their official YouTube account.

In case you’re new to Dust Devils, find the official definition below.

“Dust devils are occasionally strong enough to cause minor damage (up to EF0 on the Enhanced Fujita scale). Diameters range from about 3 m to greater than 30 m; their average height is about 200 m, but a few have been observed as high as 1 km or more.

They have been observed to rotate anticyclonically as well as cyclonically. Although the vertical velocity is predominantly upward, the flow along the axis of large dust devils may be downward. Large dust devils may also contain secondary vortices.”

Meteorology glossary, American Meteorological Society – http://glossary.ametsoc.org/wiki/Dust_devil