Explosive origins of ‘secondary’ ice and snow

Explosive origins of ‘secondary’ ice and snow

Scientists publish new direct evidence that shattering drizzle droplets drive explosive ‘ice multiplication’ events. The findings have implications for weather forecasts, climate modeling, water supplies — and even energy and transportation infrastructure.

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