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38 degree F ice???

I've always wondered, how can there be ice on my windshield in the morning when my thermometer reads in the high 30s? Since this seems to happen more often on clear low humidity mornings, is the cause evaporation of the thin film of water that's lowering it's temperature enough to freeze?
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Asked on: 02 Nov 2011

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