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Storms in Poland. West Pomeranian. A squall embankment over Dziwnów [WIDEO]

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A squall levee is often a harbinger of an approaching storm. This dangerous-looking phenomenon appeared on Monday over Dziwnów (West Pomeranian Voivodeship). We received the recording on Kontakt 24.

At Kontakt 24 we received a time-lapse recording from Dziwnów (West Pomeranian Voivodeship), which shows a squall embankment. This phenomenon, also called a cloud bank and shelf cloud, appears in the sky, often heralding the arrival of a storm.

A squall ridge is formed at the front edge of a storm zone as a result of the clash of two different air masses. Its occurrence is preceded by a gusty and violent wind called a squall. In the area where the embankment appears, there is also usually heavy rainfall.

Main photo source: Contact 24



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