Cold air shifted above Trinidad and Tobago: Waterspout scared Port of Spain

2 powerful cold fronts have shifted from North American continent above Caribbean and Atlantic last days. The second of them was linked with severe blizzard in Northeast /, while the first cold front has brought severe tornadoes in Tampa Bay on Wednesday / and too, extremely wide and giant waterspout in Port of Spain, capital city of Trinidad and Tobago, southernmost part of Caribbean.

Trinidad and Tobago is located relative close to equator and waterspout and tornadoes such this are in islands relative rarely, similar such as in northern Colombia, Venezuela, Suriname and Guyana.

Fortunately, giant danger didn´t enter above the land and didn´t caused severe damages and life losses, however many of Trinidad´s capital were from majesty of natural element scared.

People made photos and filmed videos and shared it on social media or Youtube.

Next significant tornado threat in Central America, southern USA and Caribbean is expected too during the Christmas 2020, when long cold front will be shifting above area from Labrador to Central America and Caribbean /

Parts to the south from the region of Trinidad, Venezuela, Colombia and Guyana is currently sink into season of rain with severe storms from Amazon to Argentina /;

Such as other parts of America, southern Caribbean and northern South America is too under strong effect of La nina during the Winter 2020/2021 /;;

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