This Volcano’s Pyroclastic Flow Was So Hot It Created Tornadoes


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When Mount Sinabung erupted in North Sumatra, Indonesia on Saturday, the pyroclastic flows making their way down the mountain left red-hot deposits along its sides.
Incredibly, as the air above the deposits heated and quickly rose, a group of small “tornadoes” were formed, twisting…

When Mount Sinabung erupted in North Sumatra, Indonesia on Saturday, the pyroclastic flows making their way down the mountain left red-hot deposits along its sides.

Incredibly, as the air above the deposits heated and quickly rose, a group of small “tornadoes” were formed, twisting their way down the mountainside as well.

The video of the event, captured by Dr. Richard Roscoe of Photovolcanica, is astoundingly surreal.

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