Hi Tiompan, I can't seem to think of any happening in our corner but there must hsve been I suppose. Are there any good examples? (I can understand the farmers being upset, think of the loss to the distilleries)
Distilleries might be all important , too pished come up with bonny patterns and too pished to execute them . I fondly remember one snowy January night the Culra bothy near Ben Alder being "invaded " by Glen Livet workers , complete with numerous lemonade bottles of whiskey ,there was even enough to get the usually useless fuel and fire going . Come to think of it heather is not ideal for fractals no matter how blootered .
I've seen the efdfects of of mini whirlwinds in the nearby fields on crops and and particularly on hill tops in summer , nothing happening ,then bosh a blasted area about 3m metres diameter max then back to nothing .Same thing with incredibly different temperatures , you can step into a freezing area a metre away then step out into something much warmer , dunno the term for either .