On Saturday, April 12, 2014 over the city of Smithfield, New South Wales, tornadoes swept strange. What is most interesting, the tornado left behind a very strange substance that was scattered everywhere.
“When the wind speed increased, I realized that ensue, – says Peter Burgess (Peter Burgess). – Just rampant disaster reminded me of a tornado in Sydney (December of 2005) and what is happening in Queensland in 2013, the year in which the cyclone hit, “Oswald.” I heard an incredibly loud noise, as if the plane landed near a jet engine, and immediately ran into the house. ”
Aussie was in the cottage until until the wind died down, and then went outside to assess the damage.
“It really was tornadoes, but rather mini – tornado raged for several minutes. Despite this, the traces of its activities stretched for 200 meters: everywhere strewn branches and small trees uprooted. I examined the fallen tree when he noticed a pile of chips on the translucent drops, resembling pieces of mucus “- described his discovery Burgess.
noteworthy that forecasters were also puzzled about the mysterious message Burgess tornado of jellyfish.
“We have no official record of tornadoes that occurred in the suburb of Smithfield Saturday, but it is theoretically possible, – told reporters specialist Nathaniel Robin (Robin Nataniela) from the Bureau of Meteorology responsible for weather forecasting and hazard warning in Australia. – It could well be a tornado or funnel cloud. “