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NOAA Photo Library Image - wea00343

Franklin's theory of the wind field associated with a waterspout showing the winds rushing in directly from all quarters as opposed to a spiral wind pattern from an area surrounding the spout. In "The complete works in philosophy, politics, and morals, of the late Dr. Benjamin Franklin ....", 1806. Volume II, p. 26. Library Call Number PS745 .A2 1806.

Image ID: wea00343, NOAA's National Weather Service (NWS) Collection


Category: Monsters/Tornadoes/Waterspouts/Art/

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