A large dust devil spun through the desert near Ocotillo Wells, a community in San Diego County, California, on Monday, August 8, as a storm swept through the area.
Footage posted by nature photographer Sicco Rood shows the whirling cloud moving along the ground before dispersing into the air, and the dusty scene that followed.
According to the National Weather Service, dust devils are created by “strong surface heating” and are generally smaller and less intense than a tornado. Credit: Sicco Rood via Storyful
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