The residents in Penang thought it's a tornado. No, it's not! It's a waterspout! This phenomenon occured today. Rather scary! pic.twitter.com/q9jI90sZCt— Lim Phaik Suat (@monkeyvirgo) April 1, 2019
This is waterspout. Not a tornado ????— Sakinah Alhabshee???? (@serenitysakinah) April 1, 2019
And the Penangites are going to see more of this as a result of climate change.
“A spokesman for the Meteorological Services Department in Penang said the rise in global temperatures could raise the frequency of waterspouts.” https://t.co/YwPidAEf4g
Oh LOL I Googled that straight away; very interesting. #TIL thanks.— Aizuddin Rosli (@AizuddinR) April 2, 2019
Waterspout could lead to tornado if I'm not mistaken?— AlimAziman (@AlemAziman) April 2, 2019
I heard that waterspout are the name when are still above water ocean, and turns into a tornado or small typhoon when they are abe to reach beyond em— tr?x (@luminuosinverse) April 2, 2019
This morning my office despatch come to my office and said”rep kau org penang en? Umah kau okay x?” i was like “hell yeah” then dia ckp smlm ade puting beliung dtg, then dia ckp sblom2 ni xpnah ade ni sbb lgbt la ni. I was like ermm okay. So dia try nk schooling my chinese..— ???????????????????????? (@bureppp) April 2, 2019