Superior, WI (Northland's NewsCenter) --- The National Weather Service received a 911 call of a water spout on Lake Superior as well as a report of a funnel cloud over Barker's Island.
The calls came in around 11am Thursday morning.
The water spout was spotted about 2 miles from Park Point, but dissipated within a few minutes.
The funnel cloud over Barker's Island dissipated within a few minutes as well.
There are two kinds of water spouts: a fair weather water spout and a tornadic water spout. A fair weather water spout can form along the dark flat base of a line of developing cumulus clouds.
A tornadic water spout is a tornado that forms over water and can move from water to land.
The National Weather Service has not confirmed as to which water spout formed over Lake Superior.
Posted to the web by Krista Burns