Environment Canada has confirmed a funnel cloud was spotted Monday afternoon near Landmark. 

Natalie Hasell says these Cold Core Funnel Clouds are not known to produce a lot of damage.

"It might break a few branches and maybe some shingles off somebody's roof," says Hasell.

She explains Cold Core Funnel Clouds do not form where there is a lot of development or buildings. That is because the infrastructure causes too much friction as the wind move across the ground.

"That's typically why they don't cause significant damage," she says.

Hasell says the funnel cloud came from a small convective cell, which may not even have been large enough to produce lightning.