Snow Rollers


Snowrolls file the frozemn Scioto River near Greenlawn Ave. in Columbus, Ohio, Tuesday, January 28, 2014. (Photo by Eric Albrecht/AP Photo/The Columbus Dispatch)


A snowroll appears on the statehouse lawn in Columbus, Ohio, Monday, January 27, 2014. According to the National Weather Service, a snow roller is a rare meteorological phenomenon in which large snowballs are formed naturally when chunks of snow are blown along the ground by wind. (Photo by Tom Dodge/AP Photo/The Columbus Dispatch)


In this January 27, 2014 photo, snow rollers dot a lot at the northwest corner of Olive and North Main streets in Akron, Ohio. The snow balls are formed naturally when high winds push snow across a hill. (Photo by Michael Chritton/AP Photo/Akron Beacon Journal)


n this January 27, 2014 photo, snow rollers dot a lot at the northwest corner of Olive and North Main streets in Akron, Ohio. The snow balls are formed naturally when high winds push snow across a hill. (Photo by Michael Chritton/AP Photo/Akron Beacon Journal)


Snow balls lie in a field Tuesday, January 28, 2014, in Olmsted Township, Ohio. (Photo by Mark Duncan/AP Photo)


Snow rollers dot a field at the Cleveland Metroparks Mastic picnic area Tuesday, January 28, 2014, in Fairview Park, Ohio. (Photo by Mark Duncan/AP Photo)


A snowroll appears on the statehouse lawn in Columbus, Ohio, Monday, January 27, 2014. According to the National Weather Service, a snow roller is a rare meteorological phenomenon in which large snowballs are formed naturally when chunks of snow are blown along the ground by wind. (Photo by Tom Dodge/AP Photo/The Columbus Dispatch)


Snowrolls are seen as the extreme cold and high winds hit Columbus, Ohio, Monday, January 27, 2014. (Photo by Tom Dodge/AP Photo/The Columbus Dispatch)


Beth Schmader and her dog, Porsche, deviate from their normal moring walk through the woods to check out the field of snow rollers across the road from her Cranberry Township home near Oil City, Pa., Monday, January 27. 2014. Thanks to an ideal combination of temperature, snow and wind fields in western Pennsylvania and as far away as eastern Ohio, and this field near Oil City, Pa., were covered with the unusual snow formations. (Photo by Jerry Sowden/AP Photo/The Derrick)


Snow rollers dot a field near Oil City, Pa., Monday, January 27, 2014. Snow rollers are the result of an ideal combination of temperature, snow and wind. “A lot of time they call them snow rollers”, National Weather Service meteorologist Alicia Miller said, referring to the typical cylindrical shape of the naturally-occurring formations also known as snow doughnuts, snow pipes, snow onions and snow logs. (Photo by Jerry Sowden/AP Photo/The Derrick)

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