HOLLAND, Mich. (WZZM) -- Temperatures climbed above freezing Friday, causing an unusual sight and sound across West Michigan. Ice began falling from trees coated after Saturday's ice storm.
While the plummeting ice might not seem like a serious problem, authorities say it's worth keeping an eye on.
"It's not necessarily the size of the icicle, but where it hits an individual can be dangerous," said Captain Jack Dykstra of the Holland Public Safety Department.
Dykstra also says with so many children on Christmas break, parents should make sure their homes are free of ice. He suggests business owners do the same with their properties.