Saturday, 2 January 2016

Weird Snowball Waves Seen in Lake

As you may have noticed, the entire world has been experiencing some bizarre weather, ranging from soaring temperatures in the Arctic and intense El NiƱo-driven downpours that have one river in Argentina cresting at 46 feet above normal. But if that’s not quite weird enough for you, here’s something even more bizarre phenomenon: a lake in Maine with waves of what appear to be snowballs. David Allen, a land art and sculpture artist with Stone Point Studio, spotted of the strange tides crashing into the shore of Lake Sebago in Maine and posted a video that has created a sensation on the Internet. NEWS: 10 Things We Learned About the Earth in 2015 On the studio’s Facebook page, Allen said that he shot the video from the town beach, on the northwest side of the lake. The area had experienced unseasonably warm weather, followed by a sudden cold snap and a snow and sleet storm, he wrote. Though there wasn’t any surface ice on the lake at the time, the waves were filled with snowballs.READ MORE AND SEE GALLERY-

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