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Old 11-20-14, 11:31 AM   #4
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It doesn't mean much. Your roof is at or below the frost point temperature and there is moisture in the air. Like wuck said, it's likely to happen when cars parked outside overnight are also covered in a layer of frost. That kind of frost is a pain to scrape off the car too.
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