Known as the Lluvia de Peces or “Rain of Fish,” it is said to occur at least once and sometimes twice in a year in the small town of Yoro. During a massive rain storm, hundreds of small silver fish supposedly rain from the sky onto the streets of the small town.
The likely scientific explanation for this is elegantly simple—waterspouts.
Waterspouts are like little tornadoes which form over a body of water. Though waterspouts do not suck water up into the air