AVON LAKE, Ohio — The lake looks a little different at Miller Road Park in Avon Lake.
That’s because dozens of “ice donuts” have formed across the semi-frozen surface.
It’s an incredible sight.
So, how did those intricate formations get there?
Fox 8 Meteorologist Angelica Campos says it happens only in the cold winter months, when slow-moving water rotates under the melting ice.
With light wind, the swirling water and ice combine to form the so-called ice donuts.
Take a look at the pictures from Chet Roberts, of Avon Lake.