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NORTH OLMSTED, Ohio — Cell phone video shot by Fox 8 viewer Jackson Ambrose Monday night appears to show a possible funnel cloud.

This cloud was captured floating overhead in North Olmsted at about 6:49 p.m., part of a line of strong thunderstorms associated with a weather system that put down more than 2″ of tropical-type rain.

Although not a confirmed funnel cloud, it illustrates how quickly disruptive weather can fire up during an active spring and summer severe weather system.

No damage was reported in the area, so the funnel likely never reached the surface (aka, “touched down”).

Until a funnel cloud actually touches down, it would not officially be classified as a tornado.

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