An amazing waterspout was seen sweeping across Weymouth Bay earlier this morning.
Abigail Elizabeth Vincent managed to catch the event on her phone.
What exactly is a waterspout?
The Met Office says, "Tornadoes form when the weather is ‘unstable’ and showery. They are narrow, spinning columns of air that reach the ground from cumulonimbus (thunderstorm) clouds."
"As they develop we often see funnel shaped clouds extending from the base of the cloud and it is only when these funnel clouds touch the ground that we get a tornado. If the funnel cloud touches down at sea we get a waterspout."