For those of us living in areas where snowfall is measured in feet and not inches, seeing snowballs isn’t a big deal. Of course, they don’t form naturally, but they’re not something you’d take time out of your day to witness. After all, winter lasts at least three months in the northern US.
But what if snowballs started emerging from the ocean and ended up on the shores of a beach? That’s what happened on a beach in Serbia. Somehow, the movement of the tides and wind caused snow crystals to accumulate into giant balls, which would eventually get swept out of the ocean.