Definition of Ice Storm

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Ice Storm

The term 'Ice Storm' as it applies to the area of the weather can be defined as ' An ice storm is used to describe occasions when damaging accumulations of ice are expected during freezing rain situations. Significant accumulations of ice pull down trees and utility lines resulting in loss of power and communication. These accumulations of ice make walking and driving extremely dangerous. Significant ice accumulations are usually accumulations of ' or greater'.

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