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Transcript of Different types?
A Snowflakes Appearance
Snowflakes always have six sides. They are similar to a human fingerprint because it is extremely unlikely for two snowflakes to look alike, just like a human fingerprint.
How Does It Form?
There are many types of beautiful snowflakes. For example, there is a plate, column, star, dendrite, lacy, needle, and capped columns.
Each Winter about 1 septillion snowflakes fall in the U.S.A. That's 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000--24 zeros!
The biggest snowflake ever recorded was huge! It was a normal day when a rancher saw a snowflake bigger than a frying pan. It was 15 inches wide!!! This record was held in January 1887. That was a long, long time ago.
A snowflake forms when water vapor freezes, which happens in the clouds. Another way is when snow crystals are stuck together.