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The White Wonder: Snow

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on 25 February 2016

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Transcript of The White Wonder: Snow

By: Harrison Zafrani
Snowflakes
For snowflakes to form, the temperature has to be below freezing point. Then the ice crystals turn into snow. The average snowflake is made up of 180,000,000 molecules of water. Next, when they get heavy enough, the snowflakes fall out of the sky at an average speed of 3.1 miles per hour. Last, they pile on the ground.
How Snowflakes Form

Like human fingerprints, no 2 snowflakes look alike. All snowflakes have 6 sides even though they look different. snowflakes are divided into 6 main types. These types are plate, column, stars, dendrite, and capped column. The smallest snowflakes are called Diamond Dust crystals.
The Looks And Types Of Snowflakes
Snowflakes aren't the only form of snow, There is sleet, snow crystals, rime, graupel, and hail. Snow also gathers in a couple of types such as powder, crud, slush, and ice.
Other Forms Of Snow
The Color Of Snow
The White Wonder: Snow
Although Snow appears white, its not actually white.
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