Sea Foam Strikes England

Don’t be mistaken by the image, this isn’t a winter wonderland. The foamy mess is called “spume” and was actually caused by the decomposition of algae, then tossed into a dizzy by high windspeed. As you can see, this resulted in a salty sea foam blizzard for the English town(e) of Cleveleys. While I’ve heard of natural disasters, this one is a first for me and I’m sure many of the cars that were effected by the spewing mess. One thing’s for sure, the salty sea foam is going to wreck havoc on those cars if they don’t get a wash. I can only hope they remembered to wax, as salt is terrible for a car’s finish. In fact, road salt in winter is a leading cause for dry paint come spring; though it looks like these guys have a little more to worry about…