Freezing rain

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Freezing rain is rain that freezes when it hits the ground. It happens when the air is above freezing, but the ground is below freezing. It makes things slippery, and can cause problems.[1]

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  1. Freezing Rain. Hoboken, NJ, USA: National Weather Service. 2006-11-17. https://www.weather.gov/rnk/Measure_Icing.