Freezing Fog

Science / Weather / Freezing Fog: Used to describe the phenomena when fog is present and the air temperature is below 0°C. It is reported as 'FZFG' in an observation and on the METAR.

Other Words for Fog

Fog Verb Synonyms: trance, daze, stupor, brown study, confused state, coma
Fog Noun Synonyms: mist, haze, smog, vapour, cloud, pea-souper
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Other Words for Freezing

Freezing Noun Synonyms: frigid, icy, arctic, frosty, boreal, hyperboreal, numbing, Siberian, polar, glacial, ice-cold, wintry, bone-chilling, bitter, biting, bitter(ly) cold, perishing, cold, chill, tooth-chattering, chilled to the bone, frozen, shivering, frore
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Freezing Rain

Science / Weather / Freezing Rain: Rain that falls as liquid and freezes upon impact to form a coating of glaze on the colder ground or other exposed surfaces. It is reported as 'FZRA' in an observation and on the METAR. MORE

Freezing The Puck

Entertainment / Ice Hockey / Freezing The Puck: When a player pushes the puck against the boards so that it can't be played. The goaltender can also freeze the puck in the goal crease by covering it up. MORE

Freezing Precipitation

Science / Weather / Freezing Precipitation: Precipitation that is liquid, but freezes upon impact with a solid surface, such as the ground or other exposed surfaces. MORE

Freezing Point Depression

Science / Chemistry / Freezing Point Depression: The freezing point of a solution is always lower than the freezing point of the pure solvent. The freezing point depression is roughly proportional to the molality of solute particles in the solution. MORE

Freezing Point

Science / Chemistry / Freezing Point: The temperature at which the vapor pressure of a liquid is equal to the vapor pressure of the corresponding solid form. The liquid and solid forms can coexist at equilibrium at the freezing point. The MORE

Ground Fog

Science / Weather / Ground Fog: Fog created when radiational cooling at the earth's surface lowers the temperature of the air near the ground to or below its initial dew point. Primarily takes place at night or early morning. MORE

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