Smoke-nado Forms During Controlled Burn

Local Weather

Heat rising from a controlled burn area created what looked like a dust devil except it was all smoke. The Smoke-nado is formed when warm currents of air begin to rise quickly due to difference in temperatures. This can also happen during wildfires often producing what’s known as a “fire-nado”.

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