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Giant Tsunami Cloud Appears As MASS Evacuation For Irma Begins

Eerie footage of bizarre storm clouds in US goes viral

 on 8th September 2017 @ 4.44pm
aw dropping footage has emerged of a tsunami cloud engulfing the town of hinesville  georgia  us © press
aw dropping footage has emerged of a Tsunami cloud engulfing the town of Hinesville, Georgia, US.

As Florida begins mass evacuations in preparation for Hurricane Irma, jaw dropping footage has emerged of a Tsunami cloud engulfing the town of Hinesville, Georgia, US.

Local Johanna Hood captured the eerie footage which sent residents into a panic just days before Hurricane Irma is due to hit the US.

The footage was posted online and has since gone viral sparking fears that it could be a 'man-made' weather weapon, while others are convinced it signals the 'end of days'.

The US has been devastated by extremely unusual and aggressive hurricanes in the past week including Harvey and Irma, both prompting mass evacuations orders and an emergency press conference from FEMA chief, Brock Long.


The Daily Star reports: Humble houses appear to be covered by the tsunami-like phenomenon creating a scene similar to one out of blockbuster movies Deep Impact or The Day After Tomorrow.

Johanna, who posted video and photos onto Instagram, wrote: “Welp, it’s the end of the world guys.”

Instagram user emilykhowell wrote: “So scary but beautiful.”

Another added: “Holy crud!”

Experts have deemed the eerie formation as the rolling arcus cloud.

The US has been hit by deadly weather in recent weeks, including the devastating Hurricane Harvey that left Houston, Texas, underwater.

Bizarre weather phenomenon are nothing new

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