Winter 2015 – The Real Life “Frozen” That Doesn’t Let Go

This year’s winter went from 0 to a 100 in no time. Along came single digit temperatures for most of the country…some below 0 degrees, and have just stayed there for days. The snow in some states has had zero pity on anyone. No longer is the snow measured by inches…just feet. Needless to say, everyone in the country is yearning for some kind of warm up…and most definitely no more snow! Most of the country is looking a lot like Arrendale from the very popular Disney movie, Frozen. Betcha’ it won’t be so popular anymore:)

Niagara Falls Frozen

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Frozen Spring at Letchworth State Park

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A natural spring that fills a nearby pond at Letchworth State Park in New York froze on Feb. 18, 2015.

Frozen Building

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A building in West Philadelphia is covered in ice after firefighters used water to put out a fire at the address.

Frozen Fountain at Bryant Park

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Frozen Lake Superior

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Tahquamenon Falls, Michigan

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Lake Michigan

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Calumet River

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Lake Erie

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Downtown Cleveland appears to rise from ice-covered Lake Erie in a view from Lakewood Park, in Lakewood, Ohio, Tuesday, Feb. 17, 2015.

Washington, DC Tidal Basin

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A jogger runs past the frozen Tidal Basin as a light snow falls on President’s Day February, 16, 2015 in Washington, DC.

Doesn’t this make you want to hibernate under a thousand blankets, and not come out until Spring?! Brrr! Share with friends!

 

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