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Snowflakes

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on 14 March 2016

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Transcript of Snowflakes

Gianna Nunziante #17 502
Snowflakes
What are snowflakes?
The formation of snowflakes begin high in Earth's atmosphere but does not guarantee snowfall on Earth's surface. IT's very lucky if the snowflake reaches the ground. That will only happen if air temperatures are below freezing all the way to the ground. Heres a little more information about this topic.
How do Snowflakes form?
What makes Snowflakes different shapes and sizes?
Snowflakes are Ice Crystals.Snowflakes are different sizes and shapes.
A snowflake begins to form when an extremely cold water droplet freezes onto a pollen or dust particle in the sky. This creates an ice crystal. As the ice crystal falls to the ground, water vapor freezes onto the primary crystal, building new crystal-the six arms of snowflackes.
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