So, the forecast shows an extended period of freezing weather from tonight to Thursday morning. The temp drops to a minimum of -3, so not arctic conditions but still chilly.
How deep can we expect the crust on a quagmire of Worcestershire's finest gloop to be?
I assume that for a given period, a negative air temperature will build up a frozen crust, but that the depth of the crust will not increase linearly with the falling temperature as there would be a insulating effect from the mud already frozen.
Anyone got any data? I've googled but obviously not in the right places.....