Ice Damage at the National Weather Center

Decorative adornments that curve around the outer roof line of the National Weather Center became coated with ice during a freezing-rain event.  Lubricated by meltwater during ensuing days, the ice slid off and tumbled six stories, busting this safety glass above the first-floor entryway.  Fortunately this windowpane was under the icefall and not someone’s living skull.

Norman OK (1 Feb 10) Looking NW
35.1816, -97.4399

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