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Weather Workshop: How can water still be liquid below freezing?

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There’s cool water, then there’s supercool water. We’ve all been taught that water freezes at 32 degrees. That’s true…sometimes. Supercooled water remains a liquid even below that 32 degree mark. Chief Meteorologist Eric Snitil explains HOW that’s even possible, and how you can see it with your own eyes at home.

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