frozen fog

frozen fog

[¦frōz·ən ′fäg]
(meteorology)
References in classic literature ?
when mists as chill as death wandered to the impulse of east winds along those purple peaks, and rolled down "ing" and holm till they blended with the frozen fog of the beck
JILIN CITY, China,, Safar 12, 1437, November 24, 2015, SPA -- The onset of winter weather in northeastern China covered a row of street-side trees in hard rime, frozen fog that crystallizes on contact with solid objects, UPI reported.
HEATHROW Flyers wait for info in a makeshift tent yesterday' GATWICK Passengers queue to check in at the North Terminal' HANTS Frozen fog settled on trees on the A339 near Basingstoke overnight' Holiday brake.
Transformation and evocation also emerge as themes in Haze, 2003/2005, an arrangement of roughly one million clear-plastic drinking straws stacked like firewood against a gallery wall, their deliberately irregular placement causing soft bulges to push forward and produce the effect of a frozen fog bank.