Odessa was struck by an unusual tsunami

Near the coast of Odessa on March 25, a strange phenomenon was recorded – not far from Chernomorki to the south of Cape Big Fontan, at a distance of about one kilometer from the shore there were concentric waves whose height reached 2 meters.

The phenomenon was of local character and the rest of the surface of the sea was calm. According to eyewitnesses, two waves formed, which spread out around the epicenter, and then disappeared without reaching the shore.

According to scientists, this could be the so-called “meteorological tsunami,” which arises from the sudden change in air pressure over local parts of the water surface.

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