A very large waterspout, tornado over water, was seen in the Gulf of Valencia, Spain on November 27, 2016 and recorded by numerous witnesses.
According to Ametse (Association Meteorologica del Sureste), a severe thunderstorm anchored in the Gulf of Valencia apparently produced two bigger waterspouts and a bunch of smaller ones.
The waterspout did not reach land and there are no reports of injuries.
Tornado en el Perelló. Caiguent la graniçada del moment. pic.twitter.com/dFgo1XEMEd
— Miguel Borras (@migborras) November 27, 2016
Featured image: Huge waterspout in the Gulf of Valencia, Spain. Credit: Alfredo Penadés
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