23 Jaw Dropping Images Of America Under Polar Vortex

Polar Vortex, the massive cold air whirling around the Arctic has become a matter of concern for people living in United States and Canada. Shattering all temperature records, Polar Vortex has resulted in the most extreme weather in decades. Temperatures in all 50 US states dipped below freezing point. The rare nationwide chill so far has taken 21 lives and affected millions in the American continent. On one side there are people who are badly affected by the the extreme chill and on the other hand there are people who are enjoying every bit of this sudden change in weather conditions.

Going out in open is life threatening, but still there are some ‘adventure-enthusiast’ who cared to snap some pictures for us to look. There are tons and tons of photographs that captured the bone freezing moments all across North America and Canada. The blast of extreme cold weather disrupted day to day but on the other hand created stunning scenes. Who would have thought that a sudden deep drop in the mercury could bring us a flood of pictures.

Below we have gathered some of the stunning pictures that are doing rounds on the internet.

Polar Vortex

A Michigan man with a frozen beard and mustaches.
Image Source : Mirror.co.uk

Polar Vortex in pictures

An aerial photo of  Tundra-like Chicago, taken by pilot Hank Cain.
Image Source : Huffingtonpost.com

A stunning view of two people having fun at Frozen North Avenue Beach.
Image Source: Mirror.co.uk

She is a sure shot adventure lover. This Detroit lady is trying to ski in the city.
Image Source : Mirror.co.uk

Timothy Corbin a landscape photographer captured frozen trees on the shore of Lake Ontario.
Image Source:  Thisiscolossal.com

The US side of frozen Niagara Falls is pictured in Ontario
Image Source: Mirror.co.uk

Polar Vortex grips the North America. Result? Frozen Niagara Falls.
Image Source: Mirror.co.uk

Sprinkler system left on by mistake creates  a natural icy sculpture in Columbia, South California.
Image Source: Mirror.co.uk

The Abraham Lincoln in Ice Age, Hackley Park in Michigan
Image Source: Mirror.co.uk

The snowy walk:  Hank Wade of Lyndhurst, Ohio, walking down the street.
Image Source: NationalGeographic.com

Ever seen a soap bubble freeze? This is how it looks.
Image Source: Mirror.co.uk

These are the real brave-hearts. Pedestrians crossing Fifth Avenue, Friday, Jan. 3, 2014, in New York. (AP Photo/John Minchillo)
Image Source: Huffingtonpost.com

Wipers took off as the mercury drops way below the freezing point in Bethesda, Md., Friday, Jan. 3, 2014. (AP Photo/Charles Dharapak)
Image Source: Huffingtonpost.com


The frozen Lighthouse: The St. Joe’s lighthouse, Michigan.

An incredible aerial view of frozen Chicago from @BuzzFeed’s @passantino. #PolarVortex
Image Source: AiringNews.com

This is what happens when you get hit by Polar Vortex, Chicago. Photo by Jeff Lewis @ChicagoPhotoSho
Image Source: Twitter.com

Looks like a painting, isn’t it? This is Niagara Falls state park covered in frozen mist from Niagara Falls. Photograph: James Neiss/AP
Image Source: TheGuardian.com

Frozen Oranges anyone? Picture taken at Bellamy Grove, Inverness in Florida. Photograph: Matthew Beck/AP
Image Source: TheGuardian.com

Frost covers the pierhead at Grand Haven, Michigan. Photograph: Barcroft Media
Image Source: TheGuardian.com

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