Look at that “Water and Roll Cloud” Onlookers "freaked out" as Lake Michigan has rare moment

A very rare event happened when a quick rise in water level known as a seiche or a Great Lake meteotsunami caused the Lake Michigan to rise 13.9 inches in just 42 minutes around 12:30 p.m. on Friday, April 13.


The water was as high as had seen since Nov. 10, 1975, the day the freighter Edmond Fitzgerald sank on Lake Superior. Water was also flooding the beach and the end of Ludington Avenue but returning to nearly the same spot less than 10 minutes later.

But something strange happened before the quick rise of the water in Lake Michigan.

A massive roll cloud that touched the water surface of Lake Michigan has been filmed just before the meteotsunami and even though it is a natural phenomenon it would be possible that this rare roll cloud and the quick rise in water level is the effect of weather manipulation?

 

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