What to do in an ice storm, how to prepare and why ice storms occur.

Ice storms occur warm air meets cold air, and the cold air is pushed over top of warm, add moisture and you get a line of ice and sleet.  When the air in the upper atmosphere has moisture  the snow flake  that drops from the cold upper atmosphere (let’s say around 10 degrees),  thaws in the middle atmosphere (around 35 degrees), then as it enters the lower atmosphere and refreezes after it hits a surface and splatters causing an ice storm. 

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