Midwesterners can attest to some pretty brutal winters, but in an incredible, almost surreal video that has made the Internet rounds, Minnesota should definitely get some sort of prize for odd springtime weather, too.

In a video that was posted by Minneaoplis-St. Paul NBC station KARE 11 News, millions of needle-like pieces of ice literally made waves and washed up against the shore of Medicine Lake on Sunday, despite the temperature almost hitting 80 degrees.

The needles are a result of ice on the lake being pushed to shore by strong winds and then forming into splinters of ice due to the hot weather.

“That is so cool,” a girl says in the video.

Isn’t it?

Watch the video below: