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Friday, January 10, 2014

Great Lakes Ice Balls

Check out this video of ice balls forming in Lake Michigan. This is caused by wave action tossing ice chucks around on the shore until they get formed into these ice balls. In effect, the lakes makes its own snowballs.

This isn't an unusual occurrence, but experts say the right conditions are needed, like cold weather and water. :)  By any measure, it's one of those cool things that you happen upon every so often.

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