Freezing Rain

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-[[Image:Sleet lg.jpg|'''[[Rain]]''' that falls as '''[[liquid]]''' and '''[[freezes]]''' upon impact to form a coating of glaze on the colder ground or other exposed surfaces.|thumb|300px]]+[[Image:Sleet lg.jpg|'''[[Freezing Rain]]''' is '''[[Rain]]''' that falls as '''[[liquid]]''' and '''[[freezes]]''' upon impact to form a coating of glaze on the colder ground or other exposed surfaces.|thumb|300px]]
-'''[[Rain]]''' that falls as '''[[liquid]]''' and '''[[freezes]]''' upon impact to form a coating of glaze on the colder ground or other exposed surfaces.+'''[[Freezing Rain]]''' is '''[[Rain]]''' that falls as '''[[liquid]]''' and '''[[freezes]]''' upon impact to form a coating of glaze on the colder ground or other exposed surfaces.
-== Also see ==+== '''Also see''' ==
*'''[[Mixed Precipitation]]''' *'''[[Mixed Precipitation]]'''
*'''[[Winter Storm]]''' *'''[[Winter Storm]]'''

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Freezing Rain is Rain that falls as liquid and freezes upon impact to form a coating of glaze on the colder ground or other exposed surfaces.
Freezing Rain is Rain that falls as liquid and freezes upon impact to form a coating of glaze on the colder ground or other exposed surfaces.

Freezing Rain is Rain that falls as liquid and freezes upon impact to form a coating of glaze on the colder ground or other exposed surfaces.


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