From snow devils to St. Elmo's Fire, the weird weather phenomena reported across the globe.
- Lightning doesn't always come in sheets and forks. Sometimes balls of lightning can be seen.
- Tornadoes made up of snow are known as snow devils.
- St. Elmo's fire is a rare electrical charge of ionized air, often found on ships' masts and airplane wings.
- Some people have even witnessed fish falling from the sky - a phenomenon usually explained by high winds sweeping the fish and depositing them over land.
Do you know about weird weather phenomena?
Lightning usually comes in forks or sheets
But it can also take on a ball shape
Tornadoes made of snow
They don't last long and have never killed anyone
St Elmo's Fire
A rare electrical discharge
Often found on ships' masts
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