A few mornings ago the temperature was several degrees below freezing when some atmospheric quirk caused a thick fog to suddenly roll in. Within minutes everything outside, from cars to trees to rose bushes, had grown a coating of "ice hair." A short while later, as the fog dissipated, the air warmed, and perhaps a slight breeze came up, chunks of ice hair began to float from the big oak to the deck, like large snow flakes.
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