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

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A squall ridge, also known as a shelf cloud, is often a harbinger of an approaching storm. This menacing-looking phenomenon appeared on Monday at the seaside.

On Monday late afternoon, strong storms came from Germany to western Poland. The zone of violent phenomena moves east in the evening. The Institute of Meteorology and Water Management warns of thunderstorms with hail in more than half of the country.

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A squall embankment over Dziwnów and Międzyzdroje

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.

On Monday, they were also observed by an Internet user from Międzyzdroje (West Pomeranian Voivodeship). “The sky is like an apocalypse” – he commented on the shaft visible in the photos, moving over the sea towards the land.

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 region of appearance of this type of cloud, there is also usually heavy rainfall.

The squall embankment seen from MiędzyzdrojeFacebook/Nick Fury

The squall embankment seen from MiędzyzdrojeFacebook/Nick Fury

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Main photo source: Facebook/Nick Fury





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