Dust devil in California
High winds in northern California kicked up a dust devil on Tuesday. The whirlwind of sand starting off small and then quickly picking up speed – shooting into the sky. The phenomenon – sometimes compared to a tornado – is formed when hot air near the surface rises quickly through a pocket of cooler, low-pressure air. Then the air will sometimes rotate… depending on the conditions and will stretch vertically.
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