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J Kostenbader

on 17 March 2016

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Transcript of Snowflakes...

If you've looked up in the winter, you've probably seen a snowflake. They are puny alone, but if you wait...things can get messy! But, little did you know that snowflakes are even more than they seem?!
Look at the underside of your finger. What do you see? If you see a cool pattern, congrats! You are normal. Your fingerprint is the only one like it in the entire world, just like a snowflake's pattern. Although they might look like it, no two snowflakes are the same.
What their made of...
snowflakes, like ice, are frozen water. Water vapor is rising up into the clouds...suddenly...the temperature drops...the cloud gets too heavy...rain starts falling..........................
snowflakes are usually pretty small, and visible to the naked eye. The largest ever recorded was 15 inches wide, and 8 inches long.
Also... some snowflakes are microscopic.
The cold temperatures cause the ice to crystallize on the way down, forming snowflakes. If it is too cold, hail will form instead. If it is too warm, the snowflakes will melt back into rain.
White or Clear?
Snowflakes do appear to be white, but they are actually clear. The ice crystals are completely tranceparent!
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