ice fog

noun
(especially in the far north) a fog composed of minute ice crystals that form in the air in extremely cold temperatures.
Also called frozen fog.


Origin:
1855–60

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Example sentences
Wreathed in ice fog, the ice shelf takes on the haziness of a mirage.
Watch the weather at your destination, blowing snow and ice fog can form quickly, have an alternate landing site planned.
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