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Ice being pushed up onto the ORV corridor

Ice being pushed up onto the ORV corridor

 

Partially frozen "slushy" water battering the beach

Partially frozen “slushy” water battering the beach

 

The point at SNK where the birds are staying in open water

The point at SNK where the birds are staying in open water

Recent storms and sustained frigid temperatures have changed the beach drastically this week. Cape Cod Bay is beginning to freeze and all of that frozen, slushy water is being pushed up and piled on the beach forming large ice formations.  The landscape has changed from a wide open beach into a frozen wonderland.  If you can stand the weather take a walk down the beach and see it for yourself.  It is truly a rare site.

The snow and ice has buried a lot of the debris that washed ashore during the blizzard. These conditions make it treacherous for driving so please be patient, we will open the beach as soon as possible.

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