A note from Jay Beyer (@jaybeyerimaging):

In the ocean, an “ocean tornado” is typically referred to a waterspout, it is characterized by a funnel-shaped cloud that extends downward from a cumuliform cloud or a cumulonimbus cloud. Waterspouts are typically weaker than tornadoes that form over land but can still pose a risk to boats and ships in the immediate vicinity. Check out the video from Jay Beyer fishing in Cuba and fleeing from the nasty weather!

Reel of the Week from Jay Beyer, check out Jay’s Instagram @jaybeyerimaging

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