- the temperature of the air at which hoarfrost begins to form.
* * *temperature, below 0° C (32° F), at which moisture in the air will condense as a layer of frost on any exposed surface. The frost point is analogous to the dew point, the temperature at which the water condenses in liquid form; both the frost point and the dew point depend upon the relative humidity of the air.
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frost point — the temperature of the air at which hoarfrost begins to form. * * * frost point, the point at which frost begins to form from air saturated with water vapor and cooled to a temperature below freezing … Useful english dictionary
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