How Are Icicles Formed?


Icicles are formed when a liquid is frozen while it is rolling down. You get them on the edges of your vehicles and house in the winter. The water runs down the gutter and freezes causing icicles.
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Icicles form when water drips off something, and freezes as it drips. As more water drips down the icicle and freezes, the icicle will grow.
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An icicle is a spike of ice formed when water dripping or falling from an object
icicles form like so: The temperature must be below 0, but it must also be raining. As soon as one drop starts to freeze another will attach to it and freeze wider and longer.. repeat
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Icicles can be a very pretty sight around the holidays. They are formed from water dripping down off of something and freezing on their way.
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