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Rime ice formed on trees along 54th Avenue on Wednesday in the town of Seymour after a heavy fog the night before. Rime icing occurs when tiny supercooled water droplets freeze onto a surface that is below freezing, according to the National Weather Service. View more photos at LeaderTelegramPhotos.com.
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