The adverb unnaturally describes something that happens in an unusual or strange way. If you feel unnaturally hot in a cool room, you may have a fever.
A woman with unnaturally long fingernails might find it hard to tie her shoelaces or answer her phone. If your dog makes an unnaturally wolf-like sound in his sleep, you'll wonder what he's dreaming about. And an unnaturally calm and greenish sky sometimes signifies that a tornado is coming. The Latin root of unnaturally is naturalis, "by birth, or according to nature," from natura, or "nature."