Several people reported seeing a funnel cloud in Snohomish County on Sunday afternoon.

People in Mill Creek and Snohomish took photos of the cloud.


Pea-sized hail was reported in the area also.

The National Weather Service took a look at the photos and said it did appear to be a funnel cloud. The radar showed some rotation with the storm cell.

Possible funnel cloud in Snohomish.
Possible funnel cloud in Snohomish.

But without damage reports, they could not immediately say if it was a tornado. There were no reports of damage.

The NWS said it appeared that the funnel cloud dissipated after a minute or so and did not reach the ground.

A convergence zone brought lightning strikes to the area and snow to the mountains. The snow level was about 3,000 feet.