blue ice

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blue ice

[¦blü ′īs]
(hydrology)
Pure ice in the form of large, single crystals that is blue owing to the scattering of light by the ice molecules; the purer the ice, the deeper the blue.
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A yellow ice warning was put in place for Northern Ireland and a swathe of Scotland until 9am yesterday, with forecasters advising slippery patches were likely to form on some untreated roads, pavements and cycle paths.
A yellow ice warning is in place for Northern Ireland and a swathe of Scotland until 9am, with forecasters advising slippery patches are likely to form on some untreated roads, pavements and cycle paths.
A Yellow ice warning is in place today, which the Met Office is warning will make driving conditions hazardous.
For those travelling this weekend, a yellow ice warning is also in place in North East England, SW Scotland and the Lothian Borders.
Strain into a fancy double old-fashioned glass containing the yellow ice ball.
Freezing conditions affected most parts, with the Met Office issuing yellow ice warnings covering Wales, the east coast of Scotland and England, Northern Ireland and parts of south-west England and the Midlands.
Yellow ice warnings have been issued for the east coast of Scotland and England, Wales, Northern Ireland, and parts of south-west England and the Midlands.
Yellow ice warnings are in place for the Highlands and Western Isles, Grampian, Central, Tayside and Fife, Dumfries and Galloway and Lothian and Borders.
In North Wales the Met Office issued a yellow ice warning for all six counties in the region yesterday.
Yesterday morning, the Met Office issued a yellow ice warning for all six North Wales counties as temperatures plummeted, threatening to turn wet roads into dangerous frozen surfaces.
YELLOW ICE WARNING FOR MERSEYSIDE THE Met Office issued a yellow "be aware" ice warning, with biting weather set for Merseyside.