Sunday August 21 – A line of strong storms formed as expected this afternoon, but we only had a marginal threat of them turning severe. They did. A waterspout was spotted in one cell crossing the Chesapeake Bay from various locations around 3 PM. It should be noted that waterspouts often have winds less than 70 mph, so less intense than a land falling tornado. But quite a sight on the water, especially to boaters. Here is a look at two video clips and other vantage points of the storm.
This was the view from Downs Park in Pasadena
Video Clips: Downs Park in Pasadena, MD from Maria Beam Gray
Other vantage points:
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