Looks Cold.

The St. Joseph, Michigan outer range light is covered in a thick layer of twisted ice following a winter storm that created 20 foot waves on Lake Michigan.  The splashes from those waves created interesting ice patterns on the tower. As the wind changed direction during the storm, the ice began to twist.
Photo Credit: Tom Gill: The St. Joseph, Michigan outer range light is covered in a thick layer of twisted ice following a winter storm that created 20 foot waves on Lake Michigan. The splashes from those waves created interesting ice patterns on the tower. As the wind changed direction during the storm, the ice began to twist.

http://www.earthcam.com/usa/michigan/stjoseph/?cam=stjoelighthouse

Glad I’m not there.

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