A strong bout of rain from yet another atmospheric river in California has poured down so much rain that Death Valley now has a lake, Lake Manly. But this lake’s existence isn’t new, it’s known as Lake Manly, whose last significant appearance (which usually occur once a century) in 2005 was enough to Kayak in. It’s partially reformed a few times as well, especially during rainy seasons, but rarely to the point where it’s called a lake again. A picture obtained from SF Gate shows another bizarre image; an icy Manly Lake. It’s worth a visit while the lake lasts; no one would ever expect these images to be of Death Valley.

Kayaking in the Death Valley? Indeed a cursed image.
Lake Manly is full of water months after Hurricane Hilary. Apparently ice does exist in Death Valley.