Tornado Sighted Near Snohomish

My wife and I were driving home between Marysville and Everett tonight at approximately 7:58 PM. There were some nasty dark clouds in front of us and off to our left towards Snohomish. I saw a funnel cloud form right before my eyes, along with the circular motion. In just a few seconds, the funnel cloud appeared to touch the ground but the base was obstructed from view by hill -- I don't know it ever touched down, but it was definitely an awesome sight. I snapped a few pics with my cell phone camera from the passenger seat which I included for this story. If it was a tornado, I hope everyone is okay!

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shantel says ... on Thursday, Nov 17 at 8:31 PM

I'ts crazy my friend's mom lives at home that was struck by it and it caused a fire on her home I don't find any reports about it but this weird

brendan says ... on Friday, Apr 30 at 7:00 PM

nice find khaos

kidseattlegate says ... on Wednesday, Apr 28 at 7:19 PM

that is awesome.. love tornados!!!

Anne says ... on Sunday, Apr 25 at 10:12 AM

How bazaar! I lived in the Midwest for 36 years. I know what tornado weather is like. This seems like a freak of nature as I didn't notice any tornado weather that night!

total_khaos says ... on Sunday, Apr 25 at 2:30 AM

Sorry for the spelling / grammar. I was kind of excited when I posted this - hah!

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