The World's Weirdest Weather is a Scientific Documentary programme.
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The World's Weirdest Weather
Weatherman Alex Beresford explores some of the planet's most bizarre weather phenomena, and the science that makes them happen. The programme witnesses remarkable weather events, including a flash flood in New Zealand that washes a dozen eels into a suburban street, and discovers how spiders, powered by static electricity from a thunderstorm, can seem to fly. In Brazil, a huge swarm of spiders raining through the sky is caught on camera. In Argentina, a strange wave submerges a whole town, only for it to re-emerge as an eerie ghost town 30 years later. The programme also investigates the science behind a barrel-shaped sideways cloud that helps hang-gliders fly for hours on end, whirlpools at sea, a building that can set your car on fire, and a volcano in Hawaii that produces its own mini-tornadoes.
Genre: Scientific Documentary
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