Mga ipo-ipo na nabuo sa Laguna de Bay, nakunan ng videos at litrato ng netizens

Mga ipo-ipo na nabuo sa Laguna de Bay, nakunan ng videos at litrato ng netizens

- Multiple waterspouts or "ipo-ipo" were formed over the waters of Laguna de Bay on Saturday, May 30

- At least four waterspouts were spotted hovering near Laguna Lake, according to the videos and photos

- The waterspouts were reportedly seen in parts of Rizal and Muntinlupa as well

- One netizen also said that moderate rain also came down after he took a video of the waterspouts

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Multiple waterspouts or "ipo-ipo" were formed over the waters of Laguna de Bay on Saturday, May 30.

In the videos captured by some netizens, at least four waterspouts were spotted hovering near Laguna Lake.

According to Manila Bulletin, the waterspouts were also seen in parts of Rizal and Muntinlupa.

In a social media post by GMA News, a netizen said that moderate rain also came down after this video below was taken.

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Meanwhile, videos and photos of the said waterspouts immediately went viral on social media and drew mixed reactions from netizens.

“Praying for the safety of everyone. I pray that nobody was hurt because of this.”
“So many natural happenings on our surroundings.”
“Be safe everyone.”
“Its natural phenomena.”

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In a previous report by KAMI, while people in some parts of the Philippines are complaining about the summer heat, ice pallets reportedly rained down on some areas of the Cordillera Region.

According to National Geographic’s website, a waterspout is a column of cloud-filled wind rotating over a body of water.

The website also explained that a “waterspout is not filled with water from the ocean or lake. A waterspout descends from a cumulus cloud. It does not 'spout' from the water. The water inside a waterspout is formed by condensation in the cloud.”

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Source: Kami.com.ph

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