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black ice

a thin transparent layer of new ice on a road or similar surface

black ice

[′blak ‚īs]
(hydrology)
A type of ice forming on lake or salt water; compact, and dark in appearance because of its transparency.
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Mr Mulder also announced $269,000 to upgrade the ageing Black Ice Warning Detection System on the Macedon-Woodend Road.
Aoife Carragher of AA Roadwatch said: "Roads were icy and slippery in many places, and although the sun was shining, black ice remained a problem.