PANAMA CITY BEACH — A line of summer soakers brought more than showers to Panama City Beach Monday afternoon — one even sprouted a small waterspout.

Teresa Dobson managed to capture the waterspout on video as it spun itself out offshore in the Gulf of Mexico. The waterspout, and the associated rain, were well away from shore.

The National Weather Service in Tallahassee tweeted that several waterspouts had been observed Monday morning and afternoon off the coast of the Panhandle. While they posed no threat to shore, the NWS advised anyone in the water should take shelter if a waterspout, thunder or lightning are observed. Waterspouts were also reported off Inlet Beach around the same time.

A rip current statement will be in effect through Monday until 4 a.m. Tuesday, warning of potentially dangerous conditions in the Gulf. The forecast for the rest of the week calls for highs in the mid 80's, partly cloudy with a chance of thunderstorms.