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3 responses

  1. Suzanne

    Wow – that ice is impressive but must be very dangerous. Being an Aussie I have never seen anything like it before – it must be very cold where you live.

    February 25, 2016 at 11:48 pm

    • elmediat

      Ironically, the icicles and the sliding snow is a sign of melting. We’ve been having flip-flopping temperatures. Above normal highs on some days with below normal lows at night. I’ve never seen the ice and snow slide off that roof like that before. The snow either slides off if it warms up enough or sits with maybe a few small icicles or possibly one long one.

      This is the first winter where we had a water pipe freeze up . No damage, but there was no water in the kitchen for about a day and a half. In spite of a short severe cold snap, they had to cancel the ice fishing derby this year, because they did not trust the ice conditions. The lake ice was more like late March than the middle of February.

      February 26, 2016 at 12:15 am

      • Suzanne

        The weather is so strange here too. Lately we having autumn weather with the odd day when bush fires flare and the temperature soars.

        February 26, 2016 at 4:03 am

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