The sheet slammed down outside Lyndsey Helliwell’s home in Busby without further ado before 11:00. It caused an “omnipotent blast” and framed a cavity in the grass.
It is not known where the ice originated from, but rather it is figured it could have shaped on the body of a plane.
Mrs Helliwell revealed to BBC Scotland she was appreciative her family were not around at the time and nobody was harmed.
She stated: “I returned at around 11 o’clock to locate this tremendous pit in my garden.
“My companion had called me. She works for my significant other, from the house. She said she heard a god-like blast and felt the house shake and watched out the window and saw white parts spread over the garden.
“When I returned we understood it was ice.”
Mrs Helliwell lives at the house with her significant other, and two little girls matured nine and 13.
Episodes including pieces of ice tumbling from the sky are normally connected with water spilling from flying machines which at that point solidifies because of the below zero temperatures at high elevations.
The ice at that point severs the plane, picking up speed as it tumbles to the ground. Notwithstanding, these cases are amazingly uncommon.
Mrs Helliwell included: “I’ve no thought where it has originated from.
“It’s made a tremendous gouge in the garden, yet it could have hit the house or the autos, or all the more essentially it could have hit one of the children, or the pooch.
“Gratefully nobody was harmed.”