Frost Point

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The frost point is a temperature that is below 32° F (0° C), at which moisture in the air will condense as a layer of frost on exposed surfaces that are also at a temperature below the frost point.

The frost point is comparable to the Dew Point, the temperature at which water condenses in liquid form; both the frost point and the dew point rely on environmental data, including the relative humidity and ambient air temperature.

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