FreezeA freeze is when the surface air temperature is expected to be 32°F or below over a widespread area for a climatologically significant period of time. Use of the term is usually restricted to advective situations or to occasions when wind or other conditions prevent frost. "Killing" may be used during the growing season when the temperature is expected to be low enough for a sufficient duration to kill all but the hardiest herbaceous crops.Freeze WarningIssued during the growing season when surface temperatures are expected to drop below freezing over a large area for an extended period of time, regardless whether or not frost develops.Freezeup dateIn hydrologic terms, the date on which the water body was first observed to be completely frozen overGreat Lakes Freeze-Up/Break-Up Outlook(FBO) - A National Weather Service product to keep mariners informed of the projected freeze-up date or break-up date of ice on the Great Lakes. St Lawrence Freeze-Up Outlook A National Weather Service forecast product to keep mariners informed of the projected freeze-up date of ice the St. Lawrence River.
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