As waterspout season continues for the Great Lakes, plenty of rotation activity was recorded over Lake Michigan at Saint Joseph on September 12 by a local storm chaser.
Nathan Voytovick of Midwest & Great Lakes Storm Chasers said he spotted “plenty of rotation,” including “multiple waterspouts” as “frigid air” flowed over the warm lake water.
The short-lived twisters can be seen in his sped-up footage, although he said they didn’t all “fully condense”, leaving movement across the water difficult to see at times.
A partial break in the clouds also allowed for a rainbow over the lakeshore. Credit: Midwest and Great Lakes Storm Chasers via Storyful