Strange weather today, a long drive home and when we swapped drivers, our son pointed out a brake malfunction and an ACC malfunction warning on the console (I had been asleep). Since we had been driving in weird sleet, I got out and checked. Sure enough, a 1/2" coating of sleet only on the license plate and the Honda emblem that shields the radar. The rest of the car was totally clear. Strange, but I flicked the sleet off and everything is fine again. Some thermal conductivity characteristic of the emblem allowed build up. We need a control that temporarily sends a full kW out of the radar emitter to de-ice the shield (kidding).