A waterfall in the village of Aberdareon on the Wales coast was falling backwards this week due to high winds from Storm Debbie.
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The video, which was released on Monday, went viral on social media.
Following the laws of physics, we see the waterfall evaporating skyward as a mist rather than flowing down the cliff and into the waters of the Irish Sea.
Powerful winds push the water further back over the green cliff.
Storm Debbie swept across England and Ireland earlier this week.
According to the UK Met Office, the weather event brought winds of up to 124 kilometers per hour in Aberdareon.
In comparison, a Category 1 hurricane’s maximum sustained winds are measured at 119 kilometers per hour.
A wind warning has been issued for parts of Wales on Monday. The severe weather was expected to be more severe along the coasts.
Storm Debbie caused coastal flooding and widespread power outages in Ireland, according to local reports.
In Limerick, flying debris sent a woman to hospital after hitting her.
The storm comes after Cyclone Ciaran battered parts of Europe two weeks ago, causing widespread disruption and deaths.
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