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By:Erin Sackey
Misconceptions
Snowflakes are ice crystals that form in a clouds' water vapor. A snowflakes' formation depends on many factors, including air currents, humidity, and temperature.

A snowflake is made up of as many as 200 snow crystals. the ice crystals form around bits of dirt that have been carried into the atmosphere. When snow crystals grow larger, they fall to the ground.
Formation
Snowflakes are six-sided ice crystals. They are similar to the human fingerprint. Two snowflakes can look the same, depending on the clouds' temperature.
Appearance
INSIDE SCOOP:SNOWFLAKES
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