Photogenic Landspout captured on camera in Poland

Wow, just wow! A photogenic Landspout has been captured on camera in Poland – Odolanów, Greater Poland Voivodeship to be precise – watch in the video below.

Video credit: Łukasz Rosia via Grzegorz Zawiślak

TBC: The above video comes from Łukasz Rosiak via wlkp24.info. However, Polish storm chaser, Grzegorz Zawiślak posted the video on his official Facebook account.

Find two photos of the breathtaking Landspout below.

Video credit: Łukasz Rosia via Grzegorz Zawiślak
Video credit: Łukasz Rosia via Grzegorz Zawiślak

Find more of our articles on Landspouts here & here.

Landspout captured on camera in the Netherlands

A Landspout has been captured on camera in the Netherlands – near Alkmaar to be precise – see in the photo below.

Photo credit: Dennis Prins

The photo was captured by Dennis Prins on the day the Landspout struck – 28th April. However, Severe Weather Europe posted the shot on their official Facebook account.

Find more of our articles on Landspouts here and here.

Landspout captured on camera in Fort Morgan, Colorado

A Landspout has been captured on camera in Fort Morgan, Colorado – watch in the video below.

The video was captured by Kory Poggenpohl on the day the Landspout struck – yesterday, 26th April.

However, the video was posted by Live Storms Media on their official YouTube account. Find more of our articles on Landspouts here and here.

Weak wedge Tornado captured on camera in Clint, Texas

It has also been consider a Landspout.

A weak wedge Tornado has been captured on camera in Clint, El Paso County, Texas – watch in the video below.

Video credit: Maria Alvarado

Find another version of the video below.

The video was captured by Maria Alvarado on the day the Tornado struck – yesterday afternoon, 22nd April.

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Weak Tornado captured on camera in Khouribga, Morocco

The sound in the background is something else! A weak Tornado has been captured on camera in Khouribga, Morocco – watch in the video below. 

The video was captured by Fadi Montasri on the 28th March. However, the video was posted by Severe Weather Europe on their official Facebook account. 

Photos of the above weak Tornado can be found below.

Photo credit: Severe Weather Europe
Photo credit: Severe Weather Europe
Photo credit: Severe Weather Europe

Damaging Landspout captured on camera in Perth, Australia

Crikey mate!

A damaging Landspout – some say dust devil – has been captured on camera in Perth, Australia – watch in the video below.

The video came to our attention thanks to 7 News Perth.

UPDATE: Here’s another video of the “same fella” aka Landspout/dust devil – watch below.

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Landspout captured on camera in Mexico

A photogenic Landspout has been captured on camera in Zibatá, Querétaro, Mexico – watch in the video below.

The video was posted by severe-weather.EU on Twitter. However, the Landspout was reported by Clima Extremo 24.

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

“A Landspout is virtually a tornado that forms from a thunderstorm that is not a supercell. They are essentially the land-based equivalent of a waterspout. They are typically weak, and short-lived. The term Landspout was coined by meteorologist Howard B. Bluestein in 1985.”

Landspout, Weathernation definition – http://www.weathernationtv.com/news/landspout/

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Truly uncommon! Snownado captured on camera in New Mexico

Essentially, this is a very rare sight!

You’re surely seen video of Tornadoes, Waterspouts, Landspouts and maybe even Firenadoes. However, have you ever seen a Snownado?1

1: Also commonly known as a snow devil.

This uncommon weather phenomenon has been captured on camera in Tinian, New Mexico on the 17th February 2019 – watch in the video below.

Tinian, New Mexico Snownado
Photo credit: Lydell Rafael
Photo credit: fox.rabbit.run

“For snow devils to occur, the necessary conditions include a colder air mass passing over a relatively warmer surface heated by sunlight, and a low-level wind shear (change of wind speed or direction with height) or colliding air currents to get the rising air to spin.

A warmer surface causes the snow or ice to form fog or steam, and if there is a column of colder, low-pressure air above this fog, it will begin to rise, and the wind shear or currents will cause it to rotate and begin to pick up loose snow forming the recognizable funnel shape.

Snownado: A Rare Winter Weather Phenomenon, Joanne Kennell, The Science Explorer – http://thescienceexplorer.com/nature/snownado-rare-winter-weather-phenomenon

Find out more about the mesmerising Snownado here.

We’re convinced that it is a Snownado, however it could be a Snowspout! Let us know what you think it is in the comments below.

Tornadoes of 2018 – compilation produced by Pecos Hank

Pecos Hank > National Geographic… Just saying!

Tornadoes of 2018 is an extreme weather documentary detailing the weather of Tornado Alley in 2018.

Produced by Pecos Hank, this documentary illustrates the best of Tornadoes, Landspouts, Lightning and spectacular storms caught on camera from South Texas to South Dakota.

This documentary also features some behind the scenes wildlife & wackiness. We hope you enjoy watching.

Like what you saw above? Let us know in the comments below.