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The temperature at which water freezes so that it is possible to go?

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As you know, water freezes at low temperatures. If the pond standing, no currents, strong winds, water will start to freeze already at zero or minus one degrees, but the freezing is quite long. As soon as the ice will be on the entire area, the water movement at the surface will cease altogether, the process will accelerate, even without a significant temperature drop. Next will be a permanent freezing of the ice cover. Again, this is assuming "stagnant" water. \r\n\r\pesli as there is a slight current, the temperature of freezing will be much lower from 7 - 10 degrees. Freezing will occur from the lowest currents, the ice is one centimeter to "win" the space until you cover the entire surface. But in any case, in a place where there is current, it will be much thinner, be careful when going out on the ice in these places. \r\n\r\bezopasny way out on the ice, not depend on air temperature, be sure the thickness of the ice need to check safe, is the thickness of the ice is 10-12 inches. But Rybalova at your own risk, you start to get on the ice and with a smaller thickness of 7 inches, it is very dangerous. Be careful on first ice, alone , without the means of salvation, do not go out.
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