Not on the kind of boat you're likely on, but a small fishing boat. When I was a kid and my grandparents had one (a 12' Lowe) I would get scared shitless on the rare occasion a fast moving storm would come in and we'd be trying to get off the water before it got bad. I always imagined if a waterspout were to happen, I'd probably have a heart attack, so I wouldn't have to worry about getting sucked up into the sky or drowning.
Cold/dry canadian air and hot/moist gulf of mexico air slugging it out in impressive fashion on hubs map. Very cool.
Cool Tornado pics!
Tornado producing storm hit Norfolk, no tornado hit base but a huge ass waterspout popped up off shore no pic tho
A couple of months ago we had a really, really bad storm. I thought a tornado was going to form. We were without power for over a week which sucked since it was so hot outside. As for tornadoes in general... I'm scared of them. I'm glad I live somewhere where there isn't much in the way of tornadoes.
Nothing to be afraid of.
Well I suppose it is, but the second I heard we were in a tornado warning and the storm was crossing the bay I was in my car and at the beach Cops had several roads blocked off and were stopping people from parking in beach parking, but not from walking there.
I was once close to the eye of a tornado. As I approached closer it appeared that the eye was pale like the color of a full moon. I panicked, but couldn't outpace the direction it was going. I stared up at what appeared to be my final doom but I saw faint shapes, like that of a maple leaf. It got larger until it formed but a small section of a large cheek. It span so fast but I was able to catch glimpses of a fat man eating barbecue. The sound it made was hubbb hubbb hubbb, and then it darted in the opposite direction. It left this lanky seattleite, who kept arguing about string theory.