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ice generally accumulates slowly at high altitudes, anti-icing equipment usually eliminates any serious problems.
There was a discussion earlier about air friction heating. Windchill is only a factor if one has wind flowing over something warmer than ambient temperature.Assuming a non-heated propeller, the propeller would be at ambient temperature. Movement, and air friction would then tend to increase the temperature of the propeller. How much? A couple of degrees might help.