Photo of perfect ice imprint of speeding sign goes viral
Wednesday, December 2, 2015, 3:47 PM - An ice storm stretching from New Mexico through West Texas and Oklahoma and up to Kansas City over the weekend left tens of thousands of people without power and played a role in at least four deaths on icy roads in Kansas.
The conditions led to traffic delays, making it difficult to get around during the U.S. Thanksgiving weekend.
A photo of a speed limit sign in Mustang, Oklahoma taken in the aftermath of the storm has gone viral. The sign was coated in a thin layer of ice during the storm. As it slipped away a perfect, ice-encased replica appeared.
The image was uploaded to Twitter by user @bbatter on Sunday.
This isn't the first time photos of an ice imprint have gone viral. Last February, a peculiar ice sculpture found in a North Carolina parking lot garnered thousands of shares on social media.
The photos featured a near-perfect ice impression of the front of a Jeep:
Courtesy: Facebook/Trista Stiles
The working theory is the owner left the car running to warm up the engine, causing some of the ice on the vehicle to melt. When the driver backed up, a layer of ice detached. It remained upright because part of the ice was attached to the curb.
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