Storm Frank: High winds invert Glencar waterfall in Ireland

"Didn't think much of #StormFrank until I saw what it was doing to the Glencar Waterfall."

Footage has emerged that shows a waterfall becoming inverted due to the high winds of Storm Frank.

The water from the Irish Glencar Waterfall can be seen travelling upwards, seemingly due to the severe weather that has hit the UK recently.

Tracy O'Toole, who posted the video online, accopanied the footage by saying, "Didn't think much of #StormFrank until I saw what it was doing to the Glencar Waterfall.

"No water reaches the bottom. It's defying gravity," she commented. 

The waterfall is situated in County Leitrim, Ireland

The severe weather is now waning, although only after causing devastation up and down the country, including the collapse of the ​150-year-old Birnbeck Pier in Weston-super-Mare.

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