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J Kostenbader

on 14 March 2016

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5-502 Anthony Aloia
snowflakes form by snow but not always formed by snow they can also be formed by gravel not just snow.
The largest snowflake is 15 inches wide and about
12 inches of snow covers Earth.
largest snowflake
Snowflakes have 180 drops of water in them and
when a snowflake falls it goes 3.5 miles per hour.
snowflake speed
Snowflakes way about nothing you cant even pick
them up and they will just fall apart in your hand.
snowflake mass
How do snowflakes form
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