Recent Examples of ice storm from the Web
Four years ago, an ice storm did what Ike couldn’t and brought down the tree.
Ice glistened on trees for days in the prolonged cold that followed numerous ice storms.
Mulaney: John Mulaney, whose gig in January was canceled due to an ice storm in New York, is scheduled to perform at Playhouse Square's Connor Palace at 7 and 10 p.m. Friday.
The flight was among the many canceled or delayed during Tuesday’s ice storm, including Delta, Southwest, American and United flights.
Up to two inches of snow is possible from Little Rock to Nashville, which is only now emerging from an ice storm that sent travelers spinning.
The snowplows, the ice storms, the cold, cold unforgiving winter.
The problem was rooted in an ice storm, which prompted dozens of flight cancellations and delays, wreaking havoc on travelers trying to depart from Kansas City International Airport.
Further north, an ice storm warning was issued for this afternoon and evening for an area extending from Portage to Fond du Lac.
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First Known Use of ice storm
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Definition of ice storm for English Language Learners
: a storm in which falling rain freezes as it lands
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