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The Wonderful World of Snowflakes

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J Kostenbader

on 3 March 2016

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Transcript of The Wonderful World of Snowflakes

The Wonderful World of Snowflakes
Topic
Snowflakes
Fun Facts
The worlds largest snowflake was thirty eight centimeters and twenty centimeters thick. It is thought that no two snowflakes are ever exactly the same. Did you know that there are about 105 snowstorms per year in the USA
Snow crystals form in clouds when the temperatures is underneath the freezing point. The air that the snowflake drops has to be under freezing otherwise the will simply melt and turn into rain. They are created by water droplets on small freezing on small ice particles.
What Do Snowflakes Look Like?
Snowflakes have six sides and are similar to the human fingerprint. Snowflakes can be categorized into six different types plate ,column, lacy,needle,and capped column. Snowflakes depend on the temperatures and moisture content of the cloud
How does Snow Form
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