The National Weather Service has confirmed that a landspout touched down Friday evening near Allegan and Van Buren county lines.

The landspout, which touched down around 8:30 p.m., was rated an EF-0 with top winds reaching up to 60 mph. According to NWS, it touched down near 56th Street.

Radar image at 8:32 p.m. on June 30, 2017 of the landspout touch down near Grand Junction, Mich.

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A landspout is a type of tornado that develops from heavy rain shower or weak thunderstorm. A well defined narrow funnel cloud extends from the cloud base and to the ground.

There was some dust and rows of plastic mulch lofted from a field, NWS says, however no other damages or injuries were reported.

For more information about what landspouts are and photos from previous touch downs, visit the NWS website.

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