This Year’s Icy Arctic Freeze Has Triggered An Unusual Natural Event In Cleveland

The arctic freeze of 2019 is finally subsiding, but Clevelanders will never forget it. Not only was it the region’s coldest freeze since 1994, but it also triggered an unusual natural occurrence that has left many locals stumped. Frost quakes are striking the entire Midwest, and many Clevelanders were affected. Did you hear a few unusual bumps in the night during the freeze? Turns out, you weren’t alone.

It is extremely rare for conditions to produce such frost quakes, but many Clevelanders experienced this phenomenon in January. Did you hear any pops, booms, or bangs during the arctic freeze? Share your experience in the comments below!

If you’re fascinated by the beauty of Cleveland winters, you’ll surely adore a trip to our frozen lighthouse.