Black Sea Tornado

Tornados can happen even in such cold climate countries like Ex-USSR part Ukraine. This shots are made on Crimea peninsula, most population of which prefer to speak Russian language to Ukrainian and demand from their local goverment to make Russian as their state language.

The most interesting thing about this tornado that the Black Sea is a small sea that is not connected directly to any ocean – so it’s like tornado in a lake so to say.

tornado in Russia

The city on photos is Sevastopol. No damage were caused to it.

tornado in Russia

 

tornado in Russia

 

Probably these are effects of global warming so much expected nowadays.

15 thoughts on “Black Sea Tornado”

  1. It’s not an effect of global warming. Many (most of) seas are not connected directly to any ocean. Tornado was, are and will be in Europe (not so often as in ‘middle-east’ USA). In polish it’s called ‘traba powietrzna’ (air trumpet).
    A tonado is NOT a cyclone.

  2. The best portion of this photo thread is completely unrelated political comments about the language 🙂

    What does the language have to do with the tornado???

  3. It is a local tornado, probably related to the features of locality (the Crimean mountains are alongside closed). They last about 5 minute. Take place only above a sea, and never above coast.

  4. The solution to global warming is to get rid of all the hot air coming out of Russia. Who in Ukraine, or anywhere else wants to hear it??

  5. EARTHQUAKE ARE VERY POPULAR AROUND THE WORLD THERE IS TORNADO OF WATER,TORNADO OF WIND, AND TORNADO OF FIRE.GAME OVER.

  6. I forgot to delete earthquake. I was trying to talk only about the tornado not earthquake. Tornadoes are very popular of tornado of water.tornado of wind,tornado of fire. Game over

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