Water Spout, known as a sea tornado, is one of the remarkable weather phenomena around the world.
Water spouts at sea are vertical wind shear; a wind force that changes direction as it goes higher.
A tornadic waterspout is associated with thunderstorms, high winds, hail, and frequent lightning.
The clouds gather, and water condensation leads to a swirling mass of water droplets.
According to NOAA, an average waterspout is around 50 meters in diameter, and its associated wind moves at 50 miles an hour.
In 1555, at the Grand Harbour of Valletta.
Though They are generally non-destructive, they can cause damage and casualties.
Everything from sea flora and fauna is carried to the cloud and later fall as rain.
Their formation and prediction is an enigma, despite extensive studies.