This morning I woke up to ice on my car. It was -1 Celcius (30 degrees Fahrenheit). I wanted to catch the sunrise along the water so I took the Typhoon out to the beach. The water was much warmer than the air which created an interesting low cloud formation. I flew out to film the rising sun over the water and eventually lost sight of the Typhoon as the cloud engulfed it. I just saw white on the controller display so I hit return to home. When the Typhoon H landed I noticed that there was a thin coating of ice on parts of the arms and landing skids. That was a surprise. I could easily flick the ice off. First two pictures are of the low cloud. Third picture you can just see some ice on the skids (looks like water drops but it's frozen). Battery flight time with the cold appeared to be about normal for me.... 15 to 16 minutes.