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post #8 of Old 09-15-2011
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Don,t see too many tornado,s here on East coast Ireland but waterspouts, known as "kettles", are common enough in Carlingford Lough were the mountains funnel the SW wind onto the lough in vicious blasts or Williwaw,s.
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