Wed, 15 Feb 2012 4:04p.m.
A sizeable waterspout has been spotted in Auckland, but it appears to have caused little damage.
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17/02/2012 3:49:59 a.m.
Don't care what its called, just don't wanna see one up close... Kinda cool though..
15/02/2012 8:46:20 p.m.
@Cyril - are you qualified to make that statement? Something is telling me you don't.
15/02/2012 7:01:56 p.m.
More proof that Auckland sucks.
15/02/2012 6:01:09 p.m.
Why all this drivel about whether its a tormado or a waterspout. They act like they are differant things but a water spout can run onto the shore becomeing a tornado and vis e versa.
15/02/2012 5:00:52 p.m.
I live in Mairangi bay and we saw a 'tornado' or funnel cloud about a couple of miles north of us at around 4.20pm - very close and very clear. I was in the car so couldn't film but several kids did. Hopefully someone has some footage.
15/02/2012 4:39:13 p.m.
Kelly S wrote:
It's only a tornado if it touches the surface, otherwise it's called a funnel cloud.
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