A large waterspout was seen near Vancouver Airport on November 6, as Environment Canada issued a rare tornado watch for parts of the city’s metropolitan areas.
Environment and Climate Change Canada told Storyful a waterspout formed west of Vancouver Airport and moved onto land. A senior meteorologist said tornado warnings and watches in the city were rare.
The Canadian weather bureau said a meso-low was producing lightning strikes and widespread rain showers in the area at the time.
Strong winds were expected to affect the Vancouver area from Monday as a low-pressure system approached the northern tip of Vancouver Island.
This video, posted on Twitter by Zachary Pijnnaken, shows the waterspout from the view of south Vancouver.v Credit: Zachary Pijnnaken via Storyful