DETROIT — The recent cold front has brought another interesting phenomenon to Lake Michigan: first ice balls, now ice volcanoes.
National Weather Service meteorologist Ernie Ostuno was able to capture some amazing photos of erupting ice volcanoes at Oval Beach in Saugatuck Sunday.
An ice volcano is a cone-shaped mound of ice formed over a terrestrial lake by the eruption of water and slush through an ice shelf.
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