What to roll for us? This may have asked some of Berlin's worries, as he discovered on Saturday, the rare phenomenon in the sky.On Saturday the severe weather moved in Germany, the German weather service (DWD) had previously warned. The capital city of Berlin was affected by the weather*. It was a rare cloud-to-observe phenomenon.
Berlin - you Know the iconic scenes from the movie Independence Day ? Exactly, the sci-Fi Shocker by Roland Emmerich in 1996. Dozens of alien spaceships detach themselves from the mother ship and float as a huge saucers over the cities of the earth. You throw a gigantic shadow on the big cities. A threatening atmosphere - and actually, the Aliens are not coming to a peaceful meeting.
weather phenomenon over Berlin: photos and recordings of diving after a storm in the network
So many people in Berlin on Saturday in this scene reminds and gruselte something. "If there is not a space ship in there," commented accordingly, a Twitter user with the images that were posted from a weather Station in Berlin-Dahlem. A massive cloud had positioned itself over the capital.
Spectacular shots from Friedrichshain: A so-called #roll cloud has formed in advance of the Storm.— weather Berlin-Dahlem (@wind_berlin) June 13, 2020
source: Christian Lüder via @Skywarn_DE #Thunderstorm #Berlin /GP pic.twitter.com/3vfm1GBM2i
Even darker, the Scenery works on other photos that appeared in the network. Here are the Extreme cloud rolls in cross castle:
This #roll cloud was this afternoon in #Berlin is quite impressive. Here you are moving office #weather in #Kreuzberg. pic.twitter.com/J1T39LfLfJ— Tobias Lambert (@lambert_to) June 13, 2020
the sky over Berlin #Thunderstorm #storm pic.twitter.com/pNTR174L6L— JeNitz (@nitz_je) June 13, 2020
, And especially in this short clip is the clouds roll impressive to see:
Böenwalze about Berlin 17h @Kachelmannwettr #Thunderstorm #Berlin pic.twitter.com/8BPSsVNQsr— ʙᴏᴄᴋᴡᴜʀsᴛ ᴍɪᴛ sᴇɴғ (@BockiMitSenf) June 13, 2020
storm over Berlin: The is really behind the clouds-phenomenon
well, but what's behind this phenomenon? It is a so-called Roll Cloud (“roll cloud). A cloud in the shape of a Böenwalze , which can occur during Thunderstorms-weather. For observers, such as here in Berlin, it looks as though the cloud would roll up on you, and a horizontal axis. For us, this Wolkenart is very rare, regular you can see you as a famous Morning Glory Cloud on the Northern Australian Gulf of Carpentaria.
The world is not meanwhile, also in Berlin. The capital city of-fire Department reports after the storm* only a single flooded basement and scattered fallen trees. In addition, a flash led strike on the limitations of the S-Bahn. Overall, therefore, fortunately, all very harmless. All the more fun now, in retrospect, looking at the fascinating pictures.
the storm struck in Bavaria, something fierce. In the upper Bavarian town of Grainau even had to be 200 people evacuated.
*Merkur.de is part of the nationwide Ippen-Digital editors networkUpdated Date: 14 June 2020, 04:34