How hard is the ice that covers yesterday’s snowfall in Washington DC? I know its too thick to easily make snowballs, but might the ice be strong enough to walk on?
This morning I tested the snow + ice that covers the front lawn of my apartment building on 16th Street – an ice sheet that covers snow at least four inches deep. So how hard might that ice layer be? Play the video to find out:
Yep, now that’s tough ice. Now don’t you wish it was egg-cooking hot instead?
This post appeared in its original form at DC Metblogs