Orbital Tier 2 Science Connection By Anna Buschmeyer and Emilyn Crabbe
It’s all related to weather. In the Bermuda Triangle, the weather can be very violent according to witnesses. The strange weather also accounts for sightings of UFOs or even monsters.
Waterspouts Waterspouts are very common in the Bermuda Triangle or even anywhere else where there is a large body of water. Waterspouts are close to tornados but usually aren’t very dangerous. For some reason though, in the Bermuda Triangle, some of those waterspouts are very dangerous. There have been a few boats who decided they weren’t dangerous and sailed through them. But they never came out.
Hurricanes! Hurricanes develop very easily over the Bermuda Triangle because of warm tropical air and moisture.
Tidal Waves Tidal waves form from hurricane-like winds; up to almost 200 mph! By the time the waves reach land they have become tidal waves.
Monsters and UFOs Any monsters in the Triangle may have just been low clouds over the water. Hurricanes and storms will create a low fog over the ocean that can warp the clouds. UFOs can be easily explained by Lenticular clouds, which are flat circular clouds that are also found on tops of mountains.