Updated: Tue, 20 Aug 2013 03:15:00 GMT | By Adam Bisby
Where to watch weird weather

Many of these meteorological marvels must be seen to be believed — and here we reveal where to see them.



Tornado chaser (© Layne Kennedy / Corbis)
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  • Tornado chaser (© Layne Kennedy / Corbis)
  • Lenticular clouds usually form over mountains. (© MAGRATH/FOLSOM/Getty Images)
  • Chesterman Beach, Tofino, B.C. (© Rex Features)
  • Northern Lights at Yellowknife (© Getty Images)
  • Storm chasers flock to Tornado Alley in spring and summer. (© Jim Reed Photography / Corbis)
  • The Cape Canaveral Air Force Station is right in the middle of "Lightning Alley." (© GENE BLEVINS/Newscom/RTR)
  • Waterspouts are often spotted off the Florida Keys. (© Pat Sullivan/AP)
  • San Francisco has a type of fog named after it. (© Mark Brodkin/Solent News/Rex Features)
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Many of these meteorological marvels must be seen to be believed — and here we reveal where to see them.

Whether it means putting themselves in a tornado's path, gazing at the Northern Lights or watching ocean storms pound the coast, travellers flock to the spots listed here when the weather outside is frightful, delightful, or simply has to be seen to be believed.

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