Members of the Coast Guard of Western Finland reported an unusual sighting of several simultaneous bodies of water over the sea between the municipalities of Kustavi and Pyhämaa on the southwest coast.
A maximum of seven water splashes were detected at the same time, the Coast Guard announced on Twitter on Monday.
Water droplets are formed from water droplets from clouds and seawater that are brought together by strong, rotating winds.
According to the Finnish Meteorological Institute, the formation of water rises requires a wind speed of at least 18 m/s.
Weather phenomena in their individual form were observed in Finland in 2019.
Source: The Nordic Page