Published: 17:00, 26 August 2014 |
Updated: 10:18, 27 August 2014
Sky-spotters were stunned to see a large tornado forming over Kent this afternoon.
Onlookers grabbed their cameras after spotting what appeared to be a twister in the skies over Dymchurch, on Romney Marsh.
The funnel cloud - technically not a tornado because it did not touch the ground - was snapped from a caravan park and elsewhere in the town.
Pictures of the would-be tornado of rapidly rotating air were posted on Twitter by Jayne Theo and Steve McGarrigle.
Holidaymaker Jayne said: "On holiday this week in Dymchurch and saw this little twister forming this afternoon!"
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And Steve posted: "Wow spotted mini tornados in the sky at Dymchurch."
A funnel cloud is made up of condensed water droplets that becomes a tornado on contact with the ground.
Footage of the 'tornado' over Dymchurch. Video: Steve McGarrigle
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