Meteorology (Weather)/Rogue waves


What is a rogue wave?

Hi Nick

A very good question!

First, here's what rogue waves look like:

Rogue waves are waves that are extremely high and very infrequent. They are caused by storms and other major disturbances in the ocean.

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Donald Rosenfeld


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