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Chilly conditions are turning water into slush on Canadian and U.S. shorelines.

Slush waves wash ashore in Nova Scotia and Massachusetts


Cheryl Santa Maria
Digital Reporter

Friday, February 27, 2015, 2:51 PM - A long stint of chilly conditions are turning water into slush on Canadian and U.S. shorelines.


The waves were spotted on the shore of Nova Scotia's Martinique Beach Provincial Park on Valentine's Day. They turned the beach into a seemingly-foreign landscape, filled with frosty dunes.


RELATED: Amazing drone footage of a frozen Lake Simcoe


Nova Scotia isn't the only region where the strange phenomenon has been observed.



Photos by a Massachusetts man went viral after he shared images of he calls "slurpee surf" along the Nantucket shoreline.

Jonathan Nimerfroh told CNN he was surprised to see the near-frozen waves crashing into the land.

Sources: CNN | YouTube

Slurpee Surf

A photo posted by Jonathan Nimerfroh (@jdnphotography) on

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