Odd weather occurrence possible Wednesday

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CLEVELAND -- Northeast Ohio has its share of weather anomalies, and we may see one such example on Wednesday.

A waterspout on Lake Erie / Sept. 23, 2012. (Courtesy: Mark Zinni)

A waterspout on Lake Erie / Sept. 23, 2012. (Courtesy: Mark Zinni)

Fox 8 meteorologist A.J. Colby said conditions may be right for something we don't usually see until late September: waterspouts.

These dancing visuals form when cold air settles over the warm waters of Lake Erie.

Wednesday's temperatures aren't expected to get out of the 60s.  That, too, is odd for July.

Get your full forecast here.

Last year around this time, temperatures were hovering in the 90s.

Click here for more pictures of waterspouts in Northeast Ohio.

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