Jonathan Nimerfroh in Nantucket took some pictures of waves that were nearly frozen. It gives the appearance of a giant Slushee! It's because there is so much ice in the wave - because it's been so cold!
In the latest example of embracing winter, a man on YouTube showed the world -- and Mother Nature -- that plenty of fun can be had, despite the deep freeze a good part of the country has been suffering through the last few weeks.
Over the past two weeks, the snow just never seems to stop in Maine. Just as we dig out from one storm another is on the doorstep. This seemingly non-stop snow made me wonder if this could be the snowiest winter ever. I found the answer.
While a good chunk of the country is battling frigid temperatures, the Phoenix area seems to be in the midst of a heat wave that would make the sun feel like chillier than the Good Humor man's freezer.
Most of Maine got over two feet of snow in the Blizzard of 2015. Schools were shut down for two days, businesses closed and even the Post Office didn't deliver mail on Tuesday because of the weather conditions. Sounds like a blizzard right? Was it though?
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