What goes around comes around.
An ice disk appears to be forming on the same Maine River, where an unusually large one formed last winter and quickly gained international fame.
The town of Westbrook tweeted an aerial view of the disk on the Presumpscot River with the message: "ICE BREAKING NEWS: Ice Disk 2020 is running away … It's not a perfect circle yet, but it's turning counterclockwise again and the seagulls are together for the ride" .
Ice formation occurs just about a year after a 91-meter disk was located on the Presumpscot River. It ended up having a dedicated webcam; social media users compared it to an alien spaceship and the moon; and the ducks used it as a raft.
A video of the disc shows a rising, thinner, less circular ice bubble than the famous 2019 disc.
ICE BREAKING NEWS: Ice Disk 2020 is making a run for it. There appears to be another ice disc forming on the Presumpscot River in Westbrook. It is not yet a perfect circle, but it is rotating counterclockwise again and the seagulls are following the ride. #icedisk : Tina Radel pic.twitter.com/6x1ZT8tR4j
– City Of Westbrook ME (@CityofWestbrook) January 17, 2020