A Natural Phenomenon, Ice Circles, Have Been Popping Up In North Dakota And It’s Breathtaking

North Dakota is known for its cold winters. Some out-of-staters have the misconception that it’s covered in snow all the time, here. While that certainly isn’t true, unlike states that barely get below 40 degrees during this season, we do have our fair share of snow and ice. One of the benefits of that is we get to enjoy a beautiful winter phenomenon in North Dakota. Though rare, there is one particular one that has been popping up in the state this winter, and it’s beautiful.

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Check out the viral video of the huge ice disk:

Although the ice disks seen more recently in North Dakota haven’t been that big, the little bunches of ice disks are still a delight if you get the chance to see them in person. Have you seen this natural phenomenon before?

Though upper midwest winters aren’t everyone’s cup of tea, there is still a lot to appreciate about them. Check out these photos of winter beauty in North Dakota to see what we mean.

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