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2/11/2019 2:24 am  #1

Why is everyone calling all ice “black ice” nowadays?

Years ago I remember the term “black ice” being exclusively used for the somewhat dubious claim that water vapor from car exhausts would freeze on pavement in tech news free netflix
extremely cold temperatures creating an invisible and extremely slippery form of ice. All other ice formed by other factors such as freezing rain/drizzle/fog or blowing snow melting and freezing on roadways were simply called “ice” or “glaze ice.” Nowadays everyone calls everything “black ice.” What’s the deal? 

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