During the winter, water can fall in various forms, depending on the air temperature.
Precipitation of water droplets produced when the air temperature is higher than 32°F.
Precipitation in the form of raindrops that freeze on impact with the ground or with objects, forming a layer of ice.
Precipitation in the form of water droplets or wet snow that freezes before it touches the ground.
Precipitation of ice crystals produced when the air temperature is below 32°F.