They're called snow rollers and require some pretty exact situations to form.
The news and social media was full of pics. They range from softball to near 3' across.
Meteorologist Jason Nicholas has told us these little nature-made snowballs are called "snow rollers." They are very rare and were caused by last night's weather conditions.
"We had temps near freezing when the snow began - perhaps even a little ice formed on the top at the surface to not allow for the snow to stick and to allow it to roll," Nicholas explained. "Then the winds picked up basically rolling the snow like a snow ball."
Here are some pics from around the area.