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When ice is clear, it’s because no air bubbles have been trapped in it. Lots of trapped air makes an object look white.
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Icicles typically form on days when the outdoor air temperature is below freezing but sunshine warms and melts snow or ice.
A sudden warming of the lower stratosphere can encourage a winter-like cold air outbreak.
A bridge has more surface area to exchange energy with the atmosphere and thus will cool down to the air temperature quicker than a roadway.
In a hurricane, objects in the path of strong winds bear what is known as a wind load, and the best protection against structural damage in the face of such winds is to shutter windows.