The freezing point of a liquid varies, but warmer water freezes faster than colder water can. This is due to the Mpemba effect.
The freezing point of a liquid comes from the types of molecules that make up the liquid. If the forces between the molecules are strong, the freezing point will be high while if the forces are weak, the freezing point will be low.
Water provides an example of how molecules interact during freezing. The Mpemba effect suggests that warm water freezes quicker than cold water because of the rate at which water molecules store and release energy. Under certain conditions, molecular interactions as identified in the Mpemba effect causes warmer water to freeze more quickly than cooler water.