SOUTH HAVEN, Mich. -- Remember that storm that blew through southeast Wisconsin Saturday afternoon, September 22nd? After it doused our part of the state, it pushed out over Lake Michigan where it spawned a waterspout.
The video above was shot just off the coast of South Haven, Michigan.
The National Weather Service classifies these events, similar to tornadoes, as either fair-weather or tornadic.
The tornadic type are more dangerous and can develop into severe thunderstorms. And though either can be captivating to watch, the weather service says never move closer to investigate.