Sea foam hits Lancashire coast
Sea foam hits Lancashire coast
Villarrica volcano erupts in Chile
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Sea foam covered a coastal town in Lancashire in a blanket of white bubbles on Tuesday. The seaside town of Cleveleys appeared to be in the grip of snow storm as large waves whipped up the white foam and 50mph wind blew it ashore.
Dramatic footage captures the eruption of the Villarrica volcano in Chile on Tuesday morning. The video, shot from the studios of a local radio station in Panguipulli in the early hours, shows lava spurting from the volcano. According to reports up to 9,000 people were evacuated from the surrounding area.
A waterspout startled beach goers in Recife on Sunday, March 1. The waterspout swept up onto land toppling umbrellas and chairs on the city’s Piedade beach.The waterspout swept up onto land, toppling umbrellas and chairs on the city’s Piedade beach as bathers fled. Credit: Vanessa Quechua
Amazing footage has emerged of Niagara Falls partially frozen over as a result of freezing temperatures in northern US and Canada over the weekend. The video captured at the Horseshoe Falls area; overlooking the American Falls, on Saturday, shows a large section of the iconic waterfall covered in thick ice and snow. According to local reports, February 2015 was one of the coldest months on record for many states in the Northeast US. -- The video captured on Feb 28, 2015 in Niagara Falls (Horseshoe Falls area; overlooking American Falls) after record low temperatures in the area for the Feb, 2015 calendar month.
Mexico’s Popocatépetl volcano re-emerged to activity in 1994, after lying dormant for half a century. The <a href="http://www.volcanodiscovery.com/popocatepetl.html" target="_blank">volcano</a> has experienced regular explosive activity since. As sunlight faded on February 27, this great new <a href="https://www.youtube.com/channel/UColBcWm6ybTbQnNuQS8JaKg" target="_blank">webcamsdemexico</a> recording was captured from the nearby city of Puebla. The volcano continued to spew ash as orange hues drifted through the skies, creating a picturesque scene. Credit: YouTube/webcamsdemexico
Mexico’s Popocatépetl volcano continued to vent steam, gas, and ash into the atmosphere on December 29 and December 30. Over a 24-hour period, up to 5:15 pm GMT on December 30, Mexico’s National Center for Disaster Prevention (CENEPRED) <a href="http://www.cenapred.gob.mx/reportesVolcan/BuscarReportesVolcan?optBusqueda=1&idiomaReporte=ing" target="_blank">reported</a> “77 low-intensity exhalations” and 10 explosions of “moderate intensity” from the volcano. This video was described as showing an eruption at 1:24 pm, local time, on December 30. Credit: Facebook/Webcams de Mexico
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