Icebergs! Beautiful shiny icebergs!
These mysterious frozen giants usually show up in spring when they manage to draw a crowd of curious spectators from all around the world.
Looking back through the years, you’ll see that every iceberg season is different. For example, not every year is a good iceberg year for St. John’s, as some years the icebergs stay in the North and make you drive all the way out to Twillingate or St. Anthony to see them. This year’s iceberg season is already very strange, as icebergs have arrived this week and can be seen from Signal Hill today!
Just in case you’re not familiar with icebergs: yes, February icebergs are quite unusual around here.
Here’s today’s iceberg chart:
So, have you gone out to see them yet?