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Make sure your vehicle can handle the terrain you're driving over. Needless to say, a small front-wheel drive car will get stuck on ice covered ground full or ruts, which is the norm when you're taking to unpaved roads or worse. Merely freezing temperatures can be accommodated with little difficulty, but be careful.

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If the temperature at ground level is below freezing, then the water may refreeze in the air, and we get sleet. Or, if the layer of sub-freezing air at ground level is thin, the precipitation falls as rain but then freezes once it touches a freezing object on the ground.

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32 F, 0 C, 273.15 Kelvin. At STP, pure water freezes at the above temperatures. Note that adding some solute (such as table salt or ethanol) will lower the freezing point (see Freezing Point ...

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A hard or killing frost is based on movements of large, cold air masses. The result is below-freezing temperatures that generally kill all but the most cold-tolerant plants. Cloudy skies: you may be in luck. If the temperature is cool, but clouds are visible, your plants may be protected. During the day, the sun’s radiant heat warms the earth.

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Freezing is a phase transition in which a liquid turns into a solid when its temperature is lowered below its freezing point. In contrast, solidification is a similar process where a liquid turns into a solid, not by lowering its temperature, but by increasing the pressure that it is under.

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It doesn't really matter what the outside temperature is as long as you are comfortable with the water temperature. I have swam in an indoor/outdoor pool in the middle of January in below freezing ...

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If any of your indoor faucets are located on exterior walls that aren't adequately insulated, set your faucets to a slow drip whenever temperatures dip below freezing. For maximum effectiveness, make sure both the hot and cold lines are opened slightly (since both are at risk of freezing).

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An air conditioner unit helps to regulate the temperature of a room during hot weather. Some units even feature a heating element for cold winter days when you don't need to make the room colder than it is outside. If you use your air conditioner's cooling function in the winter, the coils might freeze.

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In Sub-Freezing Weather. Drip outside faucets 24 hours a day (5 drops per minute). This is not necessary unless temperatures are expected to be 28 degrees or below for at least 4 hours. (Be sure to turn off the faucets after the threat of freezing weather.) Open cabinet doors under sinks adjacent to outside walls.

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