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many people think it is freezing rain but really it is sleet! Sleet starts out frozen hits a pocket of warm air starts to melt then it hits a cold pocket of air before it hits the ground. it may repeat this pattern various times before hitting the ground.

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Then water drops and freezes when hitting the ground mean two things. It could mean one it is freezing rain two is it is snowing.

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That would be ice.

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Ice..........

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yes groundwater freezes in winter.

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sleet

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Frost

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A hailstorm is when the precipitation is composed of ice lumps. An ice storm is when the precipitation is freezing rain. The water stays liquid until when it hits the ground, and freezes where it hits.


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