An Icing Encounter

A stormy winter day over California's Sierra Nevadas almost does in a non-ice-approved Seneca and its pilot. Would known-icing approval have helped? Probably.

It’s that time of year again in the Northern Hemisphere. For those of us rarely straying into the teens or above, airframe icing usually isn’t a thing until late fall. Nowadays, with the typical freezing level much lower than other times during the year, we’re much more likely to see it up close and personal. […]
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