Malaga Tornado 2014

Malaga Tornado

A tornado [that originated at sea] took a four kilometres stroll through Malaga this morning making its presence felt at Malaga Airport, Churriana [crossing my street a couple of hundred metres away], Los Alamos and Playamar [on the outskirts of Torremolinos].

The tornado heralded the arrival of torrential rain.

Photographs and news are now [15:30] hitting the internet.

A tornado hurts our district
The rain and wind that has shaken the province since five o’clock this morning has caused damage in Churriana and Torremolinos.

A tornado that formed at sea was the cause of the destruction.



A tornado causes damage in Churriana and Torremolinos
The strong wind has seriously damaged the roof of a gas station and damaged a score of cars

As confirmed by the State Agency of Meteorology [Agencia Estatal de Meteorología] the tornado occurred between 07:00 and 08:00 hours.

Petrol Station

Los Alamos

The trip of the tornado from the sea up to the airport

Churriana Caravan Business

A tornado strikes Malaga airport, Churriana and Los Alamos

Churriana Caravans

Playamar Bar,23f9cb74b3b0b310VgnCLD2000000ec6eb0aRCRD.html

Red alert in Malaga and Guadalhorce for the strong rains
November 17, 2012 • 11:53 • updated at 13:57

Malaga Capital

Malaga Capital Bridge

La lluvia inunda Málaga

El Palo


Bridge Wave

Keeping Dry

Half Buried Car

Trapped Car


Out to Sea

Fortunately, tornados are rare in Malaga.

Malaga Tornado 2009

Malaga Tornado about 50 years ago

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