He took several pictures of a number of semi-frozen waves as they crashed against the coast.
Mr Nimerfroh said: “When I got to the top off the dunes I saw that about 300 yards out from the shoreline that the ocean was starting to freeze.
“The high temperature that day was around 19F (-7C).
“The wind was howling from the south-west, which would typically make rough or choppy conditions not good for surfing, but since the surface of the sea was frozen, the wind did not change the shape.”
US WBZ-TV chief meteorologist said: “It looks like a big Slurpee rolling ashore.”
Its not the first time this year near frozen waves have been seen, earlier this week Niagara Falls was pictured turning into a ‘frozen waterfall’
Meanwhile other waves were spotted frozen at Nova Scotia’s Martinique Beach Provincial Park on Valentine’s Day, turning the beach into icy dunes.