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Want to talk about ice? Last winter Duluth set a record for over a month of continuous sub zero temperatures. Tons of snow days... But not really a lot of snow.

Contributed by Benjamin Britton

Ice Storm

Ice storms can be very dangerous and can cause a lot of damage, but they also can give things a beautiful look with a covering of ice!

Contributed by Katie Otradovec

Oklahoma Winter

It's always good to find some type of beauty when it's so miserably cold!

Contributed by Ashley Nichole Morris

Did you know that if ice sank, all of Earth's water supply would become frozen solid. Making life on Earth virtually impossible. Good thing water has those handy hydrogen bonds

Contributed by Tatum Roberts

this must have taken a lifetime

Contributed by Lydia Baker

I never knew they existed. :O

Contributed by Kathy Guo

Did you know there are 16 different types of ice?

Contributed by Desiree Carrington

Coolest ice cave ever! Right? Right? :p

Contributed by Karla Balagso

Ice is the only solid that contracts when becoming a solid.

Contributed by Jonah Foisy

Dry ice...the last thing the guys does is the coolest and i'm going to see if i can try it at's really awesome!!

Contributed by Kaisha Evan Amor-x

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