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...so I'm hoping @Prophet Zacharia decided he was gonna sit out Winter in PA and stay cozy in paradise :D

Lake Erie and Lake Ontario are NUTS!

The official start of spring may just be a few weeks away, but residents along Lake Erie wouldn’t know it. After all, they just experienced an extremely rare weather phenomenon that is so wild it doesn’t even sound real: an ice tsunami.

According to Fox News, the Lake Erie region experienced high winds on Sunday and Monday that caused not only power outages and travel delays, but also caused a wall of ice to push onshore along the lake. These photos show the massive amount of ice that was pushed onto land in just 15 minutes.

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We did a ride in Vermont a few years back.  On the drive up, noticed Lake Champlain looked low, there was shoreline we had never seen.  Then riding South Hero, flooding everywhere.  They had a number of days of high wind from south to North, it pushed all of the water to the North.  The winds had been gone for a couple days, it was taking that long for the lake to slosh back

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6 minutes ago, 12string said:

We did a ride in Vermont a few years back.  On the drive up, noticed Lake Champlain looked low, there was shoreline we had never seen.  Then riding South Hero, flooding everywhere.  They had a number of days of high wind from south to North, it pushed all of the water to the North.  The winds had been gone for a couple days, it was taking that long for the lake to slosh back

When I worked construction we worked in VT. A lot. There was a small bay off rt 2 in South Hero that you could use to tell which way the wind was blowing by how much water was in the bay. Might be the same place.

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