Ice Fog

Ice fog will form in extremely low temperatures (usually below -40°C) when warm moist air is introduced into cold saturated air, typically the results of combustion in car engines. 

Condensation and freezing take place almost simultaneously giving a build-up of ice crystals in the atmosphere thereby reducing visibility. This is a rare occurrence experienced in northern N. America and northern Eurasia during the winter months. 

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