Ice Air

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It’s not uncommon for limbs and twigs to wear a coating of ice when a rain is followed close on by freezing air.

Sometimes, even after seemingly clear weather, the cold causes the last bit of humidity in the air to cling to any exposed surface.

Such the case last week when temperatures fluctuated above freezing, then plummeted to near zero. The cold air has allowed an extraordinary amount of snow to be made on The Big and Friendly; skiing this week has been spectacular.

 

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