This is really bad weather: Coastal Britain is experiencing torrential rain, thunderstorms and 50mph winds that are flooding seafronts with FOAM!
This rare phenomenon reached epic dimensions in Lossiemouth, Moray, where almost 1ft of foamy surface water flooded the seafront. So cool!
Police stopped anyone entering the area: No trespassing as the crashing waves at high tide had broken through the harbour wall. Some small coastal roads are closed or closing. It’s extreme storm weather in Wales, Scotland and other parts of England.
In Lossiemouth, Moray, there is about 1ft of foamy water flooding the streets. Huge waves crash on the harbour wall. Nobody can enter the city. It’s too dangerous, too gigantic, too Armageddon.
Giant waves triggered by strong winds destroyed the mayhem.
This was beginning of this year in Cornwall:
I would like to be out there… I have never witnessed such a foamy phenomenon.