A video showing a massive storm surge on a wind farm in the New York City borough of Queens is raising eyebrows.
The storm surge is clearly visible in the video, which has been circulating on social media.
A photo on the video posted by Twitter user @bobwhitaker shows a storm surge rising from the Hudson River near the West Side Highway in Queens.
The video was shot on October 28, 2017.
It has been viewed more than 15,000 times since it was posted on Twitter on October 29, 2017 and was picked up by news websites.
It’s not clear whether the storm surge was caused by the storm, which is believed to have been triggered by the Atlantic Ocean’s El Niño weather pattern.
Storm surge is a phenomenon that causes large amounts of water to rise in the atmosphere.
It occurs when the ocean waters are saturated with water, which causes it to rise rapidly.
In this case, the storm surges were caused by water being pushed into the area.
The weather phenomenon is often caused by natural disasters, such as floods, droughts and storms, or when the sea ice melts and a large amount of fresh water is released into the atmosphere as a result.
A storm surge can cause severe damage, including damage to buildings, power lines and cars.
A natural disaster like a storm can be devastating, but in the event of a natural disaster, a natural calamity like an El Niño event is not uncommon, and is considered the greatest threat to life.
Storms, such a storm that’s generated a lot of water and energy, can be very dangerous for people.
If we’re not prepared, we’re going to have a really, really bad time.CNN meteorologist Michael Kranish says the video was not captured in a normal weather event.
The videos are from the New Jersey area, which covers the entire eastern seaboard of the United States, he said.
It could be a natural occurrence that happens in that area, but there’s a good chance that this is an engineered storm event, meaning it’s been engineered by a very, very good government agency to have an effect on the weather,” he said in an interview with CNN.
The wind farm was located in New Jersey’s Toms River, where the water level is lower than average, according to the U.S. Coast Guard.
It is the fourth storm surge recorded in the area this month.
In November, there were two.