Our place looks like an enchanted magical forest. A thick coat of ice crystals covers the branches of the trees and tree stumps. This is known as hoarfrost. The frost makes objects appear hoary, or white with age. It forms when there is too much moisture in the air and the water vapor changes from a gas to a solid. It then cools on the surfaces of the trees, leaves and even down the sides of poles. The dew point needs to be below 32 degrees for hoarfrost to form. It is spectacular to see the crystal gaze.
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