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Surfers ignore lake's sub-freezing temperatures

Posted at 11:33 AM, Feb 08, 2017

Sub-freezing temperatures don't stop a Wisconsin couple from surfing the waves on Lake Michigan.

The high temperature in Sheboygan, Wisconsin barely made it above the freezing mark on Tuesday.

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With the help of a wet suit nearly a quarter-inch thick, they're able to stay warm enough to surf some waves before calling it a day.

Watch the video in the warmth of your home to see how these surfers braved the icy cold waters.

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