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The most common type of waterspout, called a fair-weather waterspout, is a short-lived affair that forms in the water itself and climbs skyward. They're typically far smaller and less dangerous than the waterspouts pictured above, known as tornadic waterspouts.
Originally posted by amarenell
reply to post by cranspace
HI cran. Interesting topic. Just to add to it.
On Wednesday we had a bunch of waterspouts form off of our Island here in the Gulf of Mexico. Here is an image with four at once. Others claimed to have seen six at one time.