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Tornado in Moscow

Posted on October 25, 2006 by team


A few days ago there was some pics of tornado on Black Sea (South of Russia).

Now there are photos of baby tornado in Moscow skies. It seems that it didn’t grow to a real big tornado.

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19 Responses to “Tornado in Moscow”

  1. D says:

    WoW!! I have never seen a tornado be4!! Thx adminstration for opening my eyes:eyespopout: And even more didn’t know they happen in such a country as Russia!

  2. Mike says:

    Wowee…someone has some Photoshop skyllz…

  3. someone says:

    They CAN’T happen in Moscow and in any other part of central Russia. Same for earhquakes. Black sea – that’s the only place for tornados in Russia.

    • Brandon says:

      Earthquakes and tornadoes can happen anywhere (with the exception of Antarctica for tornadoes), they just usually don’t and usually only occur in certain areas. For example, it’s commonly assumed that tornadoes can only occur in North America, but the deadliest tornado in history occured in Bangladesh. Areas of Europe (including Russia) experience tornadoes commonly, along with Japan, Australia, and Bangladesh.

      And, as mentioned, the phenomenon in these pictures is no tornado. Tornadoes, no matter where they occur, form during severe weather – not during partly cloudy conditions.

  4. Обычный человек says:

    Was ist das?
    It’s not tornado, it’s a little smerth (voronka).

  5. T says:

    just to clear things up, why title it tornado in Mosocow and then say it was in the black sea?

  6. Jeff says:

    Cool shots nevertheless.

  7. Ginatsvali says:

    I am surprised that the Admin didn’t post any comments like: “The former KGB is responsible for Tornadoes” or “Due to the poor quality of air and low salaries, Tornado decided not to attack the city of Moscow.”

  8. ilyich says:

    All these photos are really quite beautiful. There are days when I think I could just sit and stare at the sky all day. (sigh)

  9. Christophe Tardif says:

    It’s not a baby tornado. It’s what we call Fallstreak holes. Here’s Cloud Appreciation Society’s explanation:

    “Layers of high cloud, such as cirrocumulus or the high altocumulus, shown above, are often composed of water that is much colder than 0degC but hasn’t frozen into ice crystals. When water is in the form of tiny droplets suspended in the air, it can behave rather differently from that in an ice tray in the freezer. It can stubbornly refuse to freeze, remaining as ‘supercooled’ liquid at temperatures of –10, –15, –20degC… None of the droplets want to be the first to freeze, and they tentatively wait as liquid, until some brave souls decide to make their move.

    For reasons that are none too clear, a particular region of supercooled cloud can throw caution to the wind and decide to freeze into ice crystals that grow and fall below. A hole is left behind, and this spreads outwards as neighbouring droplets are swept up in the excitement and start freezing too.

    No sooner have some droplets made the change, than they are all joining in.”

    source: http://www.cloudappreciationsociety.org/74/

  10. Dani says:

    lol, those jolly little droplets always have fun.
    Tnx for the info Christophe. And it doesn’t really matter if it was Moscow or not. The pics are fantastic.

  11. Mike18xx says:

    > They CAN’T happen in Moscow and in any
    > other part of central Russia.

    The bloody hell they can’t. On June 29, 1904, multiple tornados killed over thirty people in Moscow. On June 9, 1984, a mega-outbreak KILLED over FOUR HUNDRED people in the Ivanova – Yaroslav region.

    Why do people post blatant, bone-headed erroneous statements like this when a ten-second trip to Google will prove ‘em wrong?

  12. Sentinel says:

    Why do people post blatant, bone-headed erroneous statements like this when a ten-second trip to Google will prove ‘em wrong?

    Boneheaded, erroneous statements on the internet? NEVER!

    I wondered the same thing when I read this too:

    just to clear things up, why title it tornado in Mosocow and then say it was in the black sea?

    Comment by T — October 26, 2006 @ 3:05 am

  13. blaise says:

    It’s not tornado, photoshop or I don’t know, I sent a question to one meteorologist, maybe he will answer

  14. Jimbob says:

    Give that man a medal, a fallstreak hole is exactly what it is. Only ever seen a couple so they’re quite rare, in these parts at least.

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