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tony53

  23 months ago

Do you know why do snowflakes. I never like
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Believe it or not, some of our biggest snowfall events occur when the temperature is just below the freezing mark,

"That's because colder air can't hold as much moisture as milder air can."

Water molecules will continue to grow snowflakes and turn them into new shapes, depending on the moisture and temperature present in the atmosphere.

And that's why no two snowflakes are alike Most of you probably already knew this but it is a fun reminder .
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pinapower

  23 months ago
thatakes sense thanks for the info
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geor66

  23 months ago
Yes it won't snow if it's to cold and it will rain if it's to warm. It has to be the perfect mix cold and warm then it make snow.
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ManRichie

  23 months ago
Because of the temperature in the atmosphere
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InsertUniqueNameHere

  23 months ago
I know it never seems as cold when it's snowing, so that makes sense.
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