The National Weather Service defines a tornado over water as a waterspout.
Tornadoes over water are called waterspouts. Waterspouts happen more often in the Florida Keys and Gulf Coast than anywhere in the world because they form over warm water, especially in the colder months of late fall and winter storms.
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