This morning, netizen "Mai Yi image" and photographer Huang Xiaozhen of Xiamen Daily all caught the phenomenon of "dragon water absorption". I believe that many people will be like Xiaobian. They are curious about the term "dragon water absorption". So what is dragon water absorption? What is the cause of dragon water absorption?
However, is this a waterspout or not? Experts from the municipal meteorological department pointed out that in the near future, the water vapor in Xiamen is strong, the temperature is high, and it is easy to form strong convective weather, and there are thunderstorm clouds this morning, so it is not ruled out that there are small-scale waterspouts. (this article is exclusively compiled by WYH, editor of sihai.com. If you need to reprint it, please indicate the source and source. Related article link: http://www.4hw.com.cn/life/zone.html)
"Dragon sucks water" is a tornado on the surface of the water
Tornadoes absorb water on the water surface and are common tornadoes on the land. Tornadoes are the flow of air, which is invisible. All we see is that the bottom of the air pressure in the center of the tornado is attractive. Attract dust, water vapor and other sundries. So we can see the outline of the tornado. If the tornado moves through the water, the center of the tornado will suck up the water like a syringe. Because of gravity, liquid water cannot stay in the sky for a long time. So after the Dragon absorbs water, the water in the sky will fall. It's rain, and it's rainstorm. So the so-called dragon water absorption is a tornado. The Dragon absorbs water, which vividly describes this phenomenon. (this article is exclusively compiled by WYH, editor of sihai.com. If you need to reprint it, please indicate the source and source. Related article link: http://www.4hw.com.cn/life/zone.html)
Dragon water absorption is a kind of tornado that occasionally appears over warm water. Its upper end is connected with thunderstorm cloud, and its lower end extends directly to the water surface, rotating and moving at the same time. It's a kind of vortex. The air rotates rapidly around the axis of the tornado. Attracted by the extremely reduced air pressure in the center of the tornado, the water flow is drawn into the bottom of the vortex, and then becomes a vortex around the axis upward Tornadoes draw water from the lake or sea into the air to form a high water column. The water column is like being sucked into the air, commonly known as "dragon sucks water", also known as "tornado water". Seen from a distance, the water column in the air is not only like a python hanging in the air, but also like an elephant trunk swinging constantly.