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STRAWBERRY RESERVOIR — Memorial Day revelers at Strawberry Reservoir had a bit of a surprise Monday afternoon when a tornado-like cloud feature was spotted above the lake.
Around 1:10 p.m., several people reported seeing what looked like a funnel cloud above Strawberry Reservoir.
The National Weather Service reported that a tornado touched down and was likely one that features a "narrow, ropelike condensation funnel that forms while the thunderstorm cloud is still growing," known as a non-supercell landspout tornado, according to the weather service. The spinning on these funnels starts close to the ground.
There were no reports of damage or injuries caused by the storm.
Video: Kyle Roland
BREAKING: A tornado is touching down now (1:20pm) according to witnesses near Strawberry Reservoir. No damage reported so far. Video courtesy of Dean Peterson. @NWSSaltLakeCity@KSL5TV@kslweatherpic.twitter.com/rXEr69MT3i— Sam Penrod (@KSLsampenrod) May 28, 2018
Video: Brittany Bekins
Another look at a funnel cloud at Strawberry Reservoir via Chris Tomlinson of Syracuse, Utah. He said this was taken about a half hour ago and 3 others were also observed over the lake. #utwxpic.twitter.com/vV3oA6JuTU— KSL (@KSLcom) May 28, 2018