glaze ice


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glaze ice

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glazed frost

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(Physical Geography) Brit a thin clear layer of ice caused by the freezing of rain or water droplets in the air on impact with a cool surface or by refreezing after a thaw. Also called: silver frost US term: glaze
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In the morning, in some areas in the central Danube Plain there will be conditions for glaze ice. The wind will be light to moderate, in Eastern Bulgaria to strong from south-southeast.
The icing temperature ranges from -5[degrees]C to -15[degrees]C, including three typical icing types, namely, the glaze ice, the rime ice, and the mixed ice.