Some photos taken from a helicopter in Florida (USA) show how a "tsunami" of clouds overwhelms the skyscrapers that line the coast of the Gulf of Mexico and pass over them to enter on land with a wave if giant fog ,KATU reports
JR Hott, who captured the images that are giving around the world a member of the U.S. Navy retired, owns a family business that is dedicated to providing tourist flights by helicopter in Panama City (northwest Florida) and aerial photography services.
According to Dr Greg Forbes, of Weather.com this curious phenomenon occurs when a mixture of warm, moist air from the sea is pushed by the wind to the shore, where the skyscrapers the brakes hard, causing it to rise to the point of saturation, which may even result in rain in the rear of buildings.
It is similar to the effect of the mountains, forcing the warm air to rise and in its ascent, it loses temperature.
JR Hott posted the images on Facebook and people started to comment so that photos jumped to the media.