While looking at the cable weather radar map, we came across a strange storm funnel shape over wa state. i first thought smoke but that does not show up on radar. we monitored the event for an hour before it began to fade and pulse out. the vapor funnel never moved its position and it pointed exactly to sherman crater on the east side of mt. baker. in that same location, balls of vapor was catapulted to the north for a mile before instantly vanishing. there was maybe a dozen of vapor cloud balls of about the same size. in the funnel beam. a cigar shape exited and then went back behind a shield. it was a 5 min action. the vapor funnel seemed to pulsate and had visible oval rings in its beam. there was no storms in the area and the wind was moving east. not a computer glitch. i have videos of its pulsing on my phone.