Various tornadoes were spotted this afternoon (May 30) from different locations in Alabang:
It turns out these tornadoes were actually waterspouts hovering over Laguna de Bay.
A waterspout is a non-supercell tornado that occurs over water. It is known to be weaker than its land counterparts, and are characterized as weak and small rotating air columns over water. Although they aren’t as destructive as their land counterparts, they can still be dangerous to small crafts and vessels. They can also ruin coral reefs and other marine organisms near the water’s surface.
Did you spot the waterspouts, too?
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