Michigan Weather Created ‘Ghost Apples’

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Weather in Michigan the past few weeks has been very eventful needless to say.  The freezing rain that dropped across the region left very interesting ‘Ghost Apples’ in Kent County.

Photo Credit Andrew Sietsema

In a recent report from WOOD-TV these almost perfectly shaped ice apples were discovered by Andrew Sietsema when he was out pruning the trees.  Sietsema stated on his Facebook “As I pruned the trees the melted, rotten apples would be shaken and slip out of the bottom where it didn’t get covered in ice,”

Michigan Ghost Apple
Photo Credit Andrew Sietsema

The icy weather may be a real pain and even dangerous, but at least we do get some neat things left behind occasionally.

Michigan Ghost Apple
Photo Credit Andrew Sietsema

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