Tis the season! Actually, not really. It's EARLY for waterspouts. 

Waterspouts (basically, a weaker version of a tornado that forms over a body of water) typically show up on Lake Erie in late September, but not in late June. Several of them were caught on camera yesterday and throughout the weekend near Ohio.

Waterspouts typically dissipate when they hit land, but their winds are still strong enough to flip a boat.


Sorry, not sorry. I'm a weather geek so I loved these pics and videos.