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Frost Flowers Blooming in the Arctic Ocean
Here’s a magical view of “frost flowers” blooming over the surface of the Arctic Ocean. Frost flowers form when newly formed ice “sublimates,” or changes directly from a solid to a gas without going through the liquid stage in subzero air temperature (-22C or -7.6F).
We have frost flowers in this part of the country also. I have only seen pictures. I look forward to finding them on my own. They appear with the first couple frosts.
I found samples of “frost ribbons” in Tennessee
Nature — it’s what’s up!