June 2004
DK Guide to Weather;2004, p36
Book Chapter
Information on extreme cold weather from a chapter of the book "DK Guide to Weather," is presented. Wind chills have the ability to freeze exposed flesh in minutes. It provides an overview of the impact of the ice storm that hit Canada in 1998. It describes crunchy white frost or hoar frost and rime frost. It discusses freezing rain and frozen waterfalls.


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