The 2015 brutal winter of snow and ice is washing up on the beaches of Cape Cod in the form of enormous, iceberg-like boulders.
The giant, human-sized boulders of ice ran aground in Wellfleet, Massachussets over the weekend. And this may be a once-in-a-generation event. Woah!
Fortunately temperatures have been on a slow increase over the past week in New England, and the boulders are shrinking.
But for a while there, Cape Cod Bay was looking more like the Arctic than the East Coast.
Enjoy the cool pictures below!
Giant icebergs composed of sea ice and packed snow washed up onto a beach on Cape Cod over the weekend.
Death Valley have sliding Rocks, people in Cape Cod have their (sailing) moving Ice!
Yes, it’s been so cold and snowy in New England that icebergs are washing up on Cape Cod! Amazing!
Link: Washington Post Weather