Great , now I'm in a Frost Quake screw zone!
No doubt, it would have been the cherry on top for this winter here. I can't wait until non-Frost Quake season.
But seriously, pretty cool phenomena. Learn something new everyday.
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Our ground is snow covered and solid and has been for days.. so I'm not sure someone could convince me of that being what was heard. It also seems like that would be a more localized type of deal, not something heard over a wide area.
They claim the ufo from roswell is at wright patterson. Read up on it. If you believe in the roswell story.
a little o.t. here, but a friend of mine that coaches volleyball at a prominent parochial school near toledo, rode with me to a coaches meeting back in 2003 - needless to say we had alot of time to bull****...his daughter is an engineer at wright pat, graduated from wright state, and is a level 4 or 5 out of 10 as far as clearance there...and he said she comes home every holiday and says something along the lines of "dad, if the public knew the technology we had, they would freak out"..and cant and wont say any more...also said alot of the stuff they work on doesn't look like its from this world, or something to that effect...i always pry for cool stories when i see him...
i'm going to personally ask all of my professors about this, 6 years of meteorology and never heard of anything like this even though it may be more of a geological phenomenon it certainly has a meteorological significance due to its origin of a moist ground and cold air.
After doing more research, investigation, making phone calls this morning, it would appear that dozens if not hundreds of these frost quakes occurred during about a 12 hour period. The Ohio State Seismologist Coordinator stated that the conditions present here in Western Ohio were identical to the conditions in Southeastern/Eastern Ohio when they cryoseism occurred a few years ago. Pretty wild stuff and I saved all of the data from my weather station for a 24 hour period.
Another phenomenon I experience when it gets really cold is a 'boom" heard in the house, which sometimes can rattle things on the wall. It's really loud on occasions.
It's the wood trusses in the attic as they move due to expansion and contraction. Happens every winter.
Now that your story is going across the country, everyone gets to picture you running out of the shower
LOL I just love how the associated press picked my interview with the Chicago Tribune to distribute all across the United States, in which the last sentence read "Redmond says shaking in his own home prompted him to rush out of the shower Thursday morning."
Oh well, everyone knows I was in the shower lmao
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