Newly formed icicles hang from a pedestrian bridge at Tideman Johnson Park in Southeast Portland. Photo by Bryan Dorr, December 14, 2008.

Icicles in the early stages

By Bryan Dorr
December 14, 2008, 5:39 pm PST

SOUTHEAST PORTLAND, Ore.—Newly formed icicles hang from the Springwater Trail bridge crossing Johnson Creek near the Tideman Johnson Park.

The temperature in the area around 8 am on Sunday morning was 32 degrees, but then it dropped to 25 degrees in a few hours during the day.

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