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Giant Chunk of Ice Falls Through Wisconsin Roof (PHOTOS)
A 12.6-pound chunk of ice crashed through the bedroom ceiling of a home in western Wisconsin earlier this week. Where did it come from? No one seems to know. The homeowner in Elk Mound (located west of Eau Claire) said that the ice ball actually brushed his body as it fell through, and it caused more than $1,000 of damage to the home. Appar...
Man Ice Skates in Underwear — Wait for It….
Last week, The Netherlands was been hit by its first major snowstorm in a decade, as much as a foot of fresh snow fell in some areas. The snowstorm was followed by bitter cold, allowing residents to venture out onto frozen ponds, lakes, and canals to do some ice skating...
Bicycle With Circular Saw Blades as Tires
An engineer with The Q removed the bike tires and the spokes from a bicycle and fitted it with circular saw blades. Would you call this an ICEcycle? He then took the machine out onto a frozen lake to test it out.    
WINTER STORM WARNING for Eastern Iowa
** info updated at 5:45 AM 1/30*** The National Weather Service in Des Moines has issued a WINTER STORM WARNING for portions of Eastern Iowa from 9 AM SATURDAY TO 9 AM SUNDAY. The NWS says to expect total snow accumulations of 2 to 5 inches and ice accumulations of one tenth to two tenths of an inch in the warning areas...
Winter Storm WARNING Tuesday-Wednesday
A Winter Storm Warning has been issued for most of Iowa. The warning runs from 9 AM Tuesday to 6 AM Wednesday. This storm is expected to bring widespread heavy snowfall along with freezing rain. The National Weather Service in Des Moines says that greatest amount of snow will fall north of Interstate 80...
Snowfall Totals 11/24
Light snow drifted into the area in the overnight hours, ending around 8 AM. Snowfall totals were mainly less than a couple of inches, but the morning commute was slick as there was also freezing rain and sleet in the area. Here's today's snowfall totals in Eastern Iowa from Iowa's News Now:  Center Grove: 4 ... Read More ...

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