WASHINGTON - No one was hurt Tuesday evening when a water spout formed near Mechanicsville, Md.
The water spout, which is a tornado that forms over water, was in the small town of Hallowing Point. While a tornado warning was issued at 6 p.m., the funnel never touched ground.
The warning expired by 6:30 p.m. without incident.
The Maryland Weather Center Tweeted this photo of the water spout.
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