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SUPER SNOWFLAKES

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on 17 March 2016

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By: Diana Kuang
SUPER SNOWFLAKES
Snowflakes form in a specific way.Snowflakes begin to form when the temperature reaches at or below 32 degrees Farenheit.It is also known as 0 degrees Celsius. That's a cold temperature, especially in the middle of winter.Sometimes it may even feel like negative a degrees temperature!
How are they made?
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