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Tracking snowflake on radar

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J Kostenbader

on 4 March 2016

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Transcript of Tracking snowflake on radar

Average snow fall rate
On Average Snow flakes fall at 3 to 4 miles per hour
average snow fall
On average there are about 100 snowstorms a year
What snowflakes look like
Every snowflake has six sides but not every snow flake looks quite alike every snowflake is diffrent from the last
Tracking snowflakes on radar
For snow to fall it must be 29 degrease or lower
this is the radar for snowflakes
this is 100% real information
Tempeture for snow
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Pictures
of snowflakes
like i said not all snowflakes
look alike
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