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398160 14: Navy Seabees from Naval Mobile Constuction Battalion 133 run graders over the desert landing strip code named Rhino as a dirt devil cuts across the runway December 2, 2001 at Camp Rhino inside Afghanistan. The landing strip requires constant attention due to the deep ruts created by heavy transport planes. Camp Rhino is a forward base of operations strategicly located outside Kandahar, Afghanistan. (US Navy Photo by Greg Messier/Getty Images)

Tyra Berger was in Mio, Michigan where she caught video of what The National Weather Service calls a “dust devil“ whirling around.

Rare Dust Devil Mio Michigan

Dust devil in Mio, Michigan. Video by Tyra Berger. Thanks for watching please leave a like and subscribe hit the bell.

So just what is a dust devil? Here’s the definition: A dust devil is a whirlwind of air into which dust and debris gets caught up, making it visible. The NWS said that dust devils are typically weak and short-lived, but in rare cases have been known to do minor damage.” (Source: ClickOnDetroit.com)

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