Right. Be on the lookout for icy conditions. It's up to you to determine how much care you take. If the ground is frozen, be in the lookout for refreeze even if the air temp is above freezing. Be on the lookout for frozen dew in the road if it's early in the day, particularly in lower spots where fog/mist collects. Just be aware that things can change rapidly, depending on conditions and time of day.Nope just lets you know it around the freezing point.
It doesn't affect the snow warning at all. As said above, the snow warning appears when the bike's sensor indicates that it is near freezing (I forget what the manual says regarding how many degrees above 32 F). If the sensor's calibration is off, it will still signal the Ice Warning when the software thinks the temperature is low enough.I have read some guys here believe their temperature gauge is out of whack by a fair bit.
If that is the case how will that affect the snow warning ???
BTW tarmac temperature is usually higher then air anyway so this gives some safety margin.
I know what you're saying, but there are so many exceptions to this that the safety margin is quite marginal.BTW tarmac temperature is usually higher then air anyway so this gives some safety margin.