A large splash was spotted off the coast of Florida on Tuesday morning. According to news reports and videos circulating on social media, audiences were in awe as they witnessed the natural phenomenon.
According to a video posted on weather.com, a great scene near the city of Destin can be heard on the beach saying, "Look at that guy. That's a big 'Yeah.'" captured by someone.
The National Weather Service in Mobile, Alabama and Pensacola, Fla. said in a tweet that storms in the region were creating large splashes offshore, and the agency warned sailors to be careful. It also said the storm appeared to be moving parallel to the coast off Miramar Beach. A driver captures the moment a car drives down a Florida highway around the clock.
The National Weather Service called the waterspout "pretty impressive," as it described how weather phenomena form in a series of tweets.
The National Weather Service said they were like tornadoes on water and could split into any of the tornado-like tornadoes.
Usually sunny weather makes him the least dangerous of the two, according to the Weather Service, and is commonly seen off the coast of South Florida in late spring and early fall.