Gustnado captured on camera in Swan Quarter, North Carolina

A Gustnado has been captured on camera in Swan Quarter, Hyde County in North Carolina – watch in the videos below.

The video was captured by a resident of Swan Quarter on the day the Gustnado struck – Friday 26th April.

However, Hyde County Sheriff’s Office posted the video on their official Facebook account. Find another video of the Gustnado below.


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Gustnado swirls across high school campus in Colorado

“I know this is a late post, I’m sorry, I’ve been in hospital” – Jamie Simms, website lead.

In the video below, watch a Gustnado swirl across the campus of Pueblo West High School, Pueblo West in Colorado.

Sam Pisciotta, a teacher and coach at the school captured the Gustnado on video when it struck around five days ago.

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In case you’re not sure what a Gustnado is! Here’s a brief description for you…

A Gustnado is a short-lived, ground-based rotating wind that can form on the leading edge of a severe thunderstorm.

Even though the name comes from the “gust of a Tornado”, not forgetting it almost looks like a Tornado. A Gustnado is not considered to be one.

A Gustnado develops in a completely different way than a normal/classic Tornado does. To find out more, click here.