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Freak Weather Hits the UK

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Monday, forecasters warned Merseyside to expect some “extreme” weather after high-altitude twisters whipped across the region. Stormy conditions over the weekend created a “funnel cloud” in the sky above Burscough and Ormskirk. The meteorological phenomenon – a tornado that does not touch the ground – was sighted by residents at around 2.30pm on Sunday. Funnel clouds are formed when powerful storms and thunderstorms meet, causing wind to blow in different directions. In the UK they tend to be masked by heavy rain – which makes them difficult to detect.

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