ice blink


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ice blink

[′īs‚bliŋk]
(meteorology)
A relatively bright, usually yellowish-white glare on the underside of a cloud layer, produced by light reflected from an ice-covered surface such as pack ice; used in polar regions with reference to the sky map; ice blink is not as bright as snow blink, but much brighter than water sky or land sky.