No question that ice has captured the attention of many—including our contributing photographers, amateur and professional alike! Matthias Knobloch shares this Chicago lakefront ice shot with us taken while on approach to O’Hare
This wider lake ice shot comes to us from Jeffrey Anhock who’s was on a flight headed out of town to Florida for a visit with his grandparents
Snow was coming down at a good pace when Frank Willis snapped this photo in Godley, IL—70 miles southwest of Chicago Wednesday afternoon. Frank reports a 3” accumulation there
Jeanette Stout was on the ball in capturing this rain blasting through the fresh-fallen snow in Wanatah, IN.
Mona Bailey says he husband, just back from a haul out of Kentucky, showed her this ice formation on one of his semi’s tires.
Hang in there says Peter Yankala, who sent us this photo of a wintry looking Buckingham Fountain—asking us to speculate when it may return to operation
Look what Valparaiso University meteorology student Alyssa Romano photographed on her trip to Phoenix. The wave pattern you see in the clouds here is referred to as a KELVIN-HELMHOLTZ WAVE PATTERN–produced when higher wind velocities grind against slower moving air below generating waves which you see as regularly space curls in this cloud pattern. Very nice shot, Alyssa! Good eye!
Check this out–and hats off to the crew of the Coast Cutter Bristol Bay who on Tuesday found this dog stranded on the ice out of Lake St. Clair. The crew transported the dog to the ship and hoisted it aboard where it was provided food and first aid before being transferred to an area animal shelter for additional care.
We’re hardly the only spot which has seen a lot of snow this season. Pat Coppersmith was driving home from Michigan and stopped in Jackson MI and snapped a shot of this mammoth parking lot snow mound topped by shopping carts! Now this is some serious snow!!
ICICLES in the morning sunrise. Jeremy Perlman too this photo heading off the work earlier this month
5 3/4 inches and counting reports Phill King from McHenry County! It’s a winter wonderland there, as you can see in this shot from Phill King there.
An incredible snowflake–close-up and photographed with incredible detail and beauty by Jackie Novak! It’s 6-sided–like all snowflakes–we just don’t generally get a chance to see them close-up like this! What an amazing shot! Jackie says the colors remind her of SHERBET! Me too, Jackie! Thanks for sharing this with us!