It would have to be awful cold for an awful long time for a water tower to freeze solid. The water is typically moving most of the time as it flows in and out. Water being pumped into the tower is going to be above freezing. And the large mass of water makes it pretty hard to get that cold. In colder climates, they may even have some sort of heating device, it only has to keep the water above freezing. And I'm sure the top edges get some freezing around them. ASS yes it could, anything could happen!!!
Cold temperatures will, if cold enough, freeze water.
If the temperature is below freezing a water supply will freeze in the cold weather. The water will not freeze if the temperature is 32 degrees or more.
Cold air and hot water makes water freeze faster simply because the hot water is steaming and so the result is that there is less water to freeze. hot water = steam = less water less water = faster freeze cold air = faster freeze
Warm water does not freeze before cold water. This is simply a myth. The cooler the water, the less time it takes to cool down and freeze.
which water will freeze faster? cold water with salt or hot water with salt????
It expands when you freeze it
If it does not have a circulating pump. Moving water does not freeze.
I think what you meant to ask was "Does cold water freeze faster than hot water?" It does because its temperature doesn't have to change as much.
Yes. Hot water freeze faster than cold see Mpemba Effect.
Cold water, being the closest to freezing point, will obviously freeze the fastest. Hot water will freeze the second fastest, and salt water barely ever freezes, except in very cold conditions.
if the air gets cold enough it can freeze water.
Because the enzymes in freeze with the cold and move a little bit but not much
Cold water freezes faster because hot water has to cool down to the freezing temperature before it can freeze.
It gets cold.
Cold water will freeze first. Before hot water can freeze, it must dissipate its stored heat. Its stored heat is what makes it hot. Cold water does not have to do this before freezing.
It freeze in cold and disolve in boilng
Any water that gets cold enough to freeze. You can freeze fresh water, brackish water, salt water, or polluted water.
No. It takes longer to freeze because cold water is closer to it's freezing point.