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I believe I’ve read this came happen if you get something covering a sensor. Maybe it was a leaf covering a sensor or water got in somewhere and made the sensor more sensitive than usual? My comment isn’t specific to Fords, I’ve heard of other manufactures with sensors having these kinds of issues in weather. Maybe see if it goes away or take it to the dealer.
 
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