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Much like a dust devil or whirlwind, the rapidly rising air above a wildfire can accelerate and turn the local vorticity into a tight vertical vortex, now composed of fire instead of dust.
This measure, called the vorticity, provides a measure of how rapidly a fluid is rotating.
The influx of additional heat, moisture, and positive vorticity (atmospheric spin) may even help to intensify the primary circulation.
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