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J Kostenbader

on 4 February 2016

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I am going to tell you alittle bit about snowflakes. Have you ever walked outside of your house and thought" what are snowflakes?" If you have, i am about to answer your question.
introduction
All snowflakes are different. However, all snowflakes have six sides. They look similar to the human fingerpint. When the weather is very cold, the snow is soft and powdery. When the temperature is near zero degrees, the snow is larger and harder.
What snowflakes look like
Snowflakes form in clouds when the temperature is underneath the freezing point. Snow is an ice crystal drop and when it goes through the clouds, it bumps and knocks into others and that makes it become a snowflake. The shape and form of the snowflake depends on the temperature and moisture content of the cloud.
HOW SNOWFLAKES ARE FORMED
Snowflakes are organized into six groups. They are called plate, column, stars, dendrite, flat, and lace.
HOW SNOWFLAKES ARE ORGANIZED
CONCLUSION
I hope my information helped you answer your question on snowflakes. The next time it snows, you'll know what the snowflakes are, how they are formed, and how they are organized.
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