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I know that as water is running it cannot freeze (movement requires energy and the temperature of the water needs to be higher than freezing inorder to move) How is it that at night when outdoors it is below freezing some water rushing into the drainpipes doesn't freeze while others (not too far from the same location) do freeze? also on that night in particular when I noticed this there was water that obviously ran down a hill and froze on the way down, if water is rushing at therefore won't freeze how did that water freeze?
Re: How does running water freeze?
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