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Nate B.
Posted 8/1/2020 20:01 (#8409578 - in reply to #8409041)
Subject: RE: Dust Devils, Whirlwinds

Bremen, KS
My hypothesis is that the cut hay field warms up more quickly than other fields and whatnot surrounding it and the rising air creates thermals that results in the whirlwinds.

I recall the summer of '93 driving in northern Oklahoma and seeing dust devils almost stationary carrying red dust a few hundred feet into the air over freshly worked wheat ground. That was one hot and dry summer in that area.
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