Watch Video Of A Frozen Beach In Ogunquit
It's as pretty as a painting, but it's real!
A video of a frozen beach in Ogunquit, Maine at sunrise, is making the rounds on social media, and it truly is stunning to see. In this short clip, you can see where the waves came onto shore and stayed there, frozen in time.
KTNV Channel 13 in Las Vegas of all places, posted a video to their YouTube Channel of this unique sight. It has been brutally cold here in the 207 at times this winter, so maybe it isn't a huge surprise to all of us who live here, but I don't ever recall seeing it before. The news team in Vegas however, seemed blown away by it. Weather guy Justin Bruce, cracked that Maine is only warm in the months of June, July, and August, which of course isn't true, but Las Vegas will hit 68 degrees today, so they are a little pampered there. He did mention that he heard we have fantastic food, and he is certainly right about that one.
In addition to KTNV, the video has been on the Yahoo and MSN websites as well.
That beach won't stay frozen for long! After some chilly days and nights, things are going to warm up for the next several days, reaching highs of 50 degrees on Wednesday, Thursday, a brief dip to 30 on Friday, then 50's on Saturday and Sunday, with the temps hitting a very appealing high of 60 degrees on Monday and Tuesday of next week.