In a children’s baseball game in the American city of Libertyville on Saturday, May 26, a dusty whirlwind intervened.
The children were shocked by the sudden appearance of a vortex that circled only a few minutes. The game was interrupted for a while. No harm done.
Dusty (sandy) whirlwind is an atmospheric phenomenon that occurs at the surface of the earth during the day in cloudy weather, usually during the heat, with strong warming of the earth’s surface by the sun’s rays. Cold air sharply hits the ground, and rises in the form of warm air.