WHITEHALL, Mich. (WZZM) -- Temperatures Wednesday morning dipped into the upper 30s and low 40s in West Michigan--the coldest air we've seen since mid-May.
And that cold air moving over the relatively warm waters of Lake Michigan led to reports of waterspouts along the lakeshore.
Spencer sent WZZM a photo of a funnel cloud forming over the lake, spotted from the window of Whitehall High School.
The National Weather Service also reported a waterspout near Lake Macatawa Wednesday morning.
Waterspouts rarely move on land but pose a risk to boaters or anglers on the water.