Ice storm damage

Ice storm damage

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Credit: REED TIMMER/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Ice storm damage. Property damaged by a fallen tree after an ice storm. Ice storms occur when warm clouds deposit rain above a layer of colder air. The droplets are cooled to below zero degrees Celsius and turn into ice when they fall onto a surface that is below freezing. Here, 5.8 centimetres of ice was deposited, felling trees and cutting the electrical power supply. Photographed in Norman, Oklahoma, USA.

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