‘Ice tsunami’ spawned by windstorm spurs evacuations along Lake Erie

Global warming will do that to you. </sarcasm>

High winds causing chaos across the eastern half of the country with power outages and travel delays have created another problem: a literal wall of ice.
The windstorm created an “ice tsunami” Sunday across parts of New York along Lake Erie, pushing large chunks of ice along lakeshore areas.
The Niagara Parks Police Service posted video to Twitter showing the chunks of ice stacked up along the Niagara River Parkway along the lake, forcing the roadway to be closed in some sections.