Polar Vortex 2: Hidden cave revealed as Lake Superior freezes

IBNLive.com
Jan 23, 2014 at 01:44pm IST

Another round of freezing chill is back in the United States as the second polar vortex hits the continent from January 21 and continues through the end of the month. The temperatures are already dipping as users posted photos of a frozen Lake Superior on Instagram. We compiled some amazing photos of the big chill.


A snowy owl was seen taking up residence in the centre of Washington in this AFP photo.


The Lake Superior froze revealing hidden caves that weren\'t seen in five years.






An Amtrak train from New York to Washington DC fills up with snow as a snowstorm rolled across the northeastern United States. Stills from an AFP video.


An Amtrak train from New York to Washington DC fills up with snow as a snowstorm rolled across the northeastern United States. Stills from an AFP video.


An Amtrak train from New York to Washington DC fills up with snow as a snowstorm rolled across the northeastern United States. Stills from an AFP video.


Ice floes cover the surface of the Hudson River off the west side of Midtown Manhattan in New York.


Dennis Olsen measures a giant fissure, which he measured to be an inch wide and at least eight to ten inches deep, in his rural driveway in Waupun, after a weather phenomenon known as an ice quake occured recently. It results from water freezing and expanding in the soil and bedrock. (AP Photo)












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