Debris CloudA rotating "cloud" of dust or debris, near or on the ground, often appearing
beneath a condensation funnel and surrounding the base of a tornado.
This term is similar to dust whirl, although the latter typically refers to a circulation which contains
dust but not necessarily any debris. A dust plume, on the other hand, does not rotate. Note that a
debris cloud appearing beneath a thunderstorm will confirm the presence of a tornado, even in the
absence of a condensation funnel.
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