Ice storm damage

Ice storm damage

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Credit: JIM REED/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Ice storm damage. Power lines damaged by a branch that fell during an ice storm. The ground and trees are covered with a glaze of ice, the weight of which probably caused the branch to break. 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 Shelby, North Carolina, USA.

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