Gigantic waterspout spotted on coast of Destin, Florida

Daily Mail published this video item, entitled “Gigantic waterspout spotted on coast of Destin, Florida” – below is their description.

Residents of the beach town spotted the gigantic funnel during their morning commute Tuesday. The waterspout was swirling in the Gulf of Mexico with flashes of lightning cracking through the sky. This waterspout, located in Destin, is the fifth reported in Florida’s Panhandle area this summer, but data is lacking on these weather phenomena and experts are not sure how often the typically occur.

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