Viral video: Storm reverses waterfall's flow

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Viral Video: Storm Reverses Waterfall's Flow
Waterfalls are typically dazzling sights to behold, but one in Scotland that temporarily went awry is really something to see.

Instead of falling down, the water was going up.

The twist to nature's usual way of doing things was a result of the incredibly strong winds brought by Storm Henry.

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As the weather system battered the Isle of Mull on Monday, it blew breezes powerful enough to send the typically descending water back up over the cliff's edge.

Footage of the extraordinary happening was recorded from the grounds of the Isle of Mull Cottages.

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