By Michael K. OstermanPosted August 11, 2018 12:14:03The video shows a tornado moving slowly across the border between Mexico and the United States.
It was filmed on August 9, 2018.
According to meteorologist Brian Houlahan, the storm was on the right track for Mexico.
However, it was very close to the border.
He said the tornado could have been a tornado that blew over.
“This was a very strong storm, and the front was very fast.
There’s a possibility it could have gotten caught in a tree, or maybe it just drifted out and it ended up on the side of the road,” he said.
It is unusual for a tornado to move from Mexico to the United State in the summer.
This is because a tornado can only travel in a specific direction.
“If you get a tornado, you’re really not sure where it is going to go, because it’s moving at the speed of sound,” Houlahan said.
“There’s a lot of people who live along the border, but there’s also a lot who live in the cities and a lot that live in rural areas that are not as well known as the cities.”
The fact that it’s very close is also a big concern.
“Mexico’s National Meteorological Office released a statement saying the storm moved through the country at an extremely fast speed.
The storm has damaged or destroyed about 3,000 homes and damaged about 4,000 others, it said.
Mexico has recorded more than 5,000 tornadoes over the past year, according to the U.S. National Weather Service.