Ice storm damage

Ice storm damage

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Credit: JIM REED/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Ice storm damage. Trees with broken and fallen branches caused by an ice storm. The ground, trees and building are covered with a glaze of ice. The weight of ice can be great enough to bring down trees and power lines. Ice storms occur when large droplets of supercooled water freeze as they fall or on contact with a frozen surface, creating freezing rain. Freezing rain can form from any cloud that produces rain, provided that the air is cold enough. Photographed in eastern Kansas, USA.

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