Saturday, February 15, 2014

More extreme frozen weather - ooohh new scary name - "Polar Vortex" - oooohhh

Hell, Michigan has indeed frozen over during winter storm Hercules,
with wind chills of -37 degrees. 
A lighthouse is encased in ice after a
blizzard on Lake Michigan

Water from Niagara Falls still flows during subzero temperatures, but ice floes and giant
 icicles form on the falls and in the Niagara River above and below the falls every year

It's no miracle, just a solid block of ice for these dogs to walk on

A car door handle snaps off during extreme freezing temperatures

These are frozen trees and cars during an ice storm in Geneva, Switzerland. 

Sub-zero temperatures can turn boiling water into snow,
though many who have tried this trick were still burned

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