December 27-28, Freezing Fog (Rime Ice) in eastern Nebraska.

Rime Ice -- An opaque coating of tiny, white, granular ice particles caused by the rapid
freezing of supercooled water droplets (fog) on impact with an object

All Images ┬ęKen Dewey, Applied Climate Sciences Group,
School of Natural Resources, UNL,  unless otherwise noted.

December 27, 2007:  Freezing fog covers the landscape of rural east Lincoln, NE.


December 27, 2007:  Freezing fog covers the landscape of rural east Lincoln, NE.


December 27, 2007:  Freezing fog covers the landscape of rural east Lincoln, NE.


December 27, 2007:  Freezing fog covers the landscape of rural east Lincoln, NE.


December 27, 2007:  Freezing fog covers the landscape of rural east Lincoln, NE.


December 27, 2007:  Freezing fog covers the landscape of rural east Lincoln, NE.


December 27, 2007:  Freezing fog covers the landscape of rural east Lincoln, NE.


December 27, 2007:  Freezing fog covers the landscape of rural east Lincoln, NE.


December 27, 2007:  Freezing fog has coated this pine tree.


December 27, 2007:  Freezing fog has coated this pine tree (close up view).


December 27, 2007:  Freezing fog has coated this pine tree (close up view).


December 27, 2007:  Freezing fog has coated this pine tree (close up view).


December 27, 2007:  Freezing fog has accumulated on the roof rack of this car.


December 28, 2007:  The fog burns off under clear skies revealing a landscape coated in rime.


December 28, 2007:  The fog burns off under clear skies revealing a landscape coated in rime.


December 28, 2007:  The fog burns off under clear skies revealing a landscape coated in rime.


December 28, 2007:  The fog burns off under clear skies revealing a landscape coated in rime.


December 28, 2007:  The fog burns off under clear skies revealing a landscape coated in rime.
 

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