Ice fog

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Ice fog is a type of fog consisting of fine ice crystals suspended in the air. It can happen only in cold areas of the world since water can remain liquid down to -40 °C (-40 °F). It should be distingued from diamond dust, a precipitation of sparse ice crystal falling from clear sky.
Ice fog is a type of fog consisting of fine ice crystals suspended in the air. It can happen only in cold areas of the world since water can remain liquid down to -40 °C (-40 °F). It should be distingued from diamond dust, a precipitation of sparse ice crystal falling from clear sky.


Ice fog is a type of fog consisting of fine ice crystals suspended in the air. It can happen only in cold areas of the world since water can remain liquid down to -40 °C (-40 °F).

It should be distingued from diamond dust, a precipitation of sparse ice crystal falling from clear sky.

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  • Wikipedia Ice Fog [1]

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