In case you didn't know...it's cold here at the Jersey Shore. Really cold.

But cold enough to instantly freeze water?

Well, no. To do that, you have to venture out to Fargo, North Dakota, where it's -19 degrees.

MINUS 19.

In any case, one reporter showed just how extreme that is...using a banana as a hammer, swinging a frozen shirt, and...instantly freezing water.

Oddly enough, it works better if you start with hot (near boiling) water.

So how cold does it have to be for water to freeze instantly? Around -20 Fahrenheit.

Cool. Now how do we make it instantly 75 and sunny?

Have you ever tried to 'make snow?' Tell us in the comment section below!