Someone had shared this, but when i tried to reblog (same dash showing from yesterday) it says the post is no longer there. So I just copy pasted for my own reference.
The first frost.
- FROST FLOWER
Thin, spindly, unique formations of ice, seen in late autumn or early winter, when plants are first freezing.
- GLAZE ICE
Rain hits a roadway or surface that’s below freezing, it instantly forms ice. aka Black Ice.
- HARD RIME
Freezing fog combined with wind, hard rime forms windward (wind-facing) surfaces.
Thunderstorm with snow.
The snow under the snow.
Years and years of snowpack.
The fraction of the sun’s radiation reflected from the earth’s surface.
A “halo” or “icebow,” this optical phenomenon causes a bright circle or rainbow around the sun or moon.
Aka “sun dogs” are bright spots occurring 22 degrees away and the same distance above the horizon as the sun.
The night-time equivalent of the parhelia, “moondogs”.