Sunday was gorgeous in the St. Cloud area, but further north on I-94 the weather had a different story.

My sister snapped a photo of a funnel cloud in the Alexandria area, and she wasn't the only one to see it. I had multiple people across my social media networks sharing pictures of the cloud formation.

Funnel Clouds are defined as a rotating funnel-shaped cloud forming the core of a tornado or waterspout. They are usually short lived, and seldom touch the ground.

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Andy Brinkman - photo taken on I-94 near Alexandria
Natalie Jasken - photo of funnel cloud near Alexandria
Natalie Jasken
Natalie Jasken

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