A wintry storm hit the upstate of New York last Thursday (27/2/2020) freezing houses close by the lake Erie.
After the end of a wintry storm affected the state of New York last Thursday (27/2/2020), some houses along the south coastline of the lake Erie were covered by a thick 3-feet thick ice sheet.
I just took this video & I can’t believe my eyes… this is what homes look like at Hoover Beach after yesterday’s winter storm. The ice covering these homes is estimated to be between 1 to 3 feet thick. Residents here have never seen it this bad before. #StormTeam2 #wnywx #nywx pic.twitter.com/jbAeZr8iSv
— Elyse Smith (@ElyseSmithWX) February 28, 2020
Strong cold winds caused waves of up to 6 meters in lake Erie, which in combination with very low temperatures (lower than -10°C) caused what the videos on tweeter show!
Yikes! My friends frozen home in Hoover Beach Hamburg, NY!!! He’s fine… his house… is pretty “cool!” @WGRZ pic.twitter.com/d4i3vH8OKw
— Scott Levin (@ScottLevinTV) February 28, 2020
Ed Mis tells me this is what his house looked like when he woke up this morning. He says some of the ice has completely frozen over the top of his neighbor’s house and he’s worried about what will happen when it all melts. @WGRZ pic.twitter.com/XVrEomdslq
— Karys Belger (@KarysBelger) February 28, 2020