I'm still slowly working on my instrument rating. The weather on the ground is just barely MVFR: 31011KT 3SM -SN FEW001 SCT014 BKN030 M13/M15 A2980. On days like today, I like to ponder "Could I fly IFR?" Here is an excerpt of the current sounding from https://rucsoundings.noaa.gov/. It looks like I would have smooth air in the clouds up to about 8,000 MSL and it may be a little bumpy above that. But what about icing? The inversion starts just above the surface with a temperature of -13C and 88% RH. The bend starts at 7293 ft, temperature -4.8C and 85% RH. My gut tells me that it's too warm above 4770 ft where the temperature goes above -10C and that there is at least a decent chance of picking up some ice. Anyone care to share some thoughts about reading this diagram?