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#1 Posted : Saturday, October 3, 2015 11:08:38 PM(UTC)

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Hail and snow are not strangers. Whatever there is rain and ice storms.

Who cares can read the conditions under which each type of precipitation. I experienced all the types of precipitation for three years.

Where I was in Chicago. Here are some images from those days. The first three pictures I took (1984) are due to precipitation.

These waves from a frozen Lake Michigan on trees, houses and vehicles near the Lake:

The next picture is a picture of natural shapes in ice freeze the window in the apartment in which we lived. The light comes from next door and she was taken out of our home in the dark, great zoom

300 mm, and a very long exposure:

The next picture is the lowest temperature it experienced in Skokie: 31-c. .. Krerrrrrrrrrrrrrr. From audddddddddd.

The snow is drying. And besides me wasn't a soul on the street that day.

The last picture was taken (not by me) after ice storm. Until today I didn't quite understand how this phenomenon. No smptic phenomenon though. After ice storm

All the trees are covered in ice and dysfunction. Heavy ice down trees on power lines, severing power lines and courses wide areas, sometimes for a few days.

I was in a storm like this in Washington DC, and 99 was a dubious pleasure to live two days without electricity in winter.

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