Singaporeans woke up to a huge waterspout that was spotted near Marina Bay Sands, Sentosa. According to reports, the waterspout started at around 8:40am, early in the morning, and was observed over the bay in southern Singapore.
The sight of the weather phenomenon was so amazing, that one social media user couldn't help but compare it to the Marvel movies saying, "Thanos is coming!" Reports state that there are reported to be be an average of three waterspouts every year in the area. They form when strong winds occur over water.
Take a look at the videos of the amazing weather phenomenon:
Waterspouts are short-lived weather phenomenon generally seen over the coastal waters of Singapore, but seems like this one really caught the eye of social media.
Earlier, a waterspout was spotted near the Tanjung Tokong’s shores in Malaysia before reaching land. As per reports, the spout was spinning for about five minutes before it finally reached the ground and disappeared. Several residents of the area captured the dramatic moment of the waterspout spinning on the sea before approaching the shore and make landfall.
The waterspout ripped off the roof of some houses and destroyed some trees but no injuries were reported.
“We are currently busy clearing the debris from houses which were ripped off by the storm,’’ the spokesman informed the media.
Many took to social media to share the terrifying pictures and videos of the waterspout.