maggiekb — 2014-01-08T11:35:53-05:00 — #1
wearysky — 2014-01-08T12:38:24-05:00 — #2
These have apparently been happening all over my metropolitan area (I live outside of Toronto), but sadly I have yet to experience one.
imaguid — 2014-01-08T14:30:49-05:00 — #3
i've heard about them too but i'm not sure if i've experienced them or not. i did hear something the other night that sounded a bit like the rumble of a moving truck but it seemed far too late at night (1ish AM) for it to have been that. it wasn't particularly loud, though, and if i had been asleep i could easily have missed it entirely.
triplee — 2014-01-08T20:08:38-05:00 — #4
I lived in Michigan for years, four of those were winters in the Keewenaw, and this is the first I've even heard of such a thing.
Then again, I may have always just dismissed them as gunshots.
lightningwaltz — 2014-01-08T23:05:56-05:00 — #5
I'm in the GTA as well, did not hear or feel the quake. Tuesday morning Jan 7th, it was incredible seeing vast cloud vapours ascending from the lake with air temp at -43 wind chill.
Hearing/feeling ice thunder from cold expansion is humbling ice fishing on Lake Simcoe.
threnj — 2014-01-09T13:42:08-05:00 — #6
We definitely had them in Le Sueur on the 5th and early morning of the 6th. They kept rattling various parts of my house and scaring the pets. And when I mentioned them at work the next morning, people from the southern metro all said, "Is that what that is??" and looked like they'd learned something new.
maggiekb — 2014-01-13T11:36:05-05:00 — #7
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