Examples of black ice in a Sentence
Drivers should beware of black ice.
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In both cases, black ice in a misnomer, as the surfaces are actually transparent.
The National Weather Service also warns motorists to watch for black ice, especially on bridges and overpasses.
Conditions are ripe for black ice, which forms on roadways in extreme cold and causes a lot of accidents.
The combination freeze-point temperatures and the inability to pre-treat meant that bridges, ramps and overpasses would be particularly vulnerable to slick spots and black ice.
The Oregon State Police said speed and black ice were contributing factors.
The Charlotte region faces another round of slick and dangerous roads on Friday morning, as black ice is expected to form from melting snow.
Pavement covered in black ice may be a little darker and duller than the rest of the road surface.
Salt crews were requested for hills along Chagrin Boulevard and SOM Center Road where distressed motorists reported black ice.
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Definition of black ice for English Language Learners
: a thin layer of ice on a paved road that is very difficult to see
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