How is snow formed?
First of all, snow is formed when the temperature is low and there is moisture in the air. Next, when tiny ice crystals collide and stick together in the clouds, that is called a snowflake. Following that, when the snowflake is heavy enough, it will fall to the ground. Snowflakes fall very lightly and slowly. Sometimes when the snowflake is wet, it will fall fast and heavily.
Snowflakes are all different, they are never the same. All snowflakes have six arms sticking out from the body of the snowflake. Long needle like snowflakes fall at around 23 °f. Very flat, plate-like snowflakes form at 5 0f. all snowflakes are different because all snowflakes fall a different path to the ground. Therefore, all snowflakes have different atmospheric conditions. Therefore, every snowflake has a different heat pressure on them which means that each snowflake melts and freezes differently. That means that all snowflakes are different, even if it is the slightest of difference; it is declared a difference technically.
As you can see snowflakes are actually very interesting. They have a lot of cool facts too. Learning about snowflakes was actually pretty fun. Overall, snowflakes are fun to learn about and, fun to study.
P.S., there is one more thing fun to learn about snowflakes. That is that there are more than 10158 combinations for a snowflake. That makes a lot of the snowflakes “pretty”, and some “ugly.”
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