How Is Snow Formed?

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Snow is formed when water and freezing temperatures in the upper atmosphere combine in just the right way. Whether the snow hits the ground or not depends upon the location and time of the year.
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Snow begins as water condenses into a tiny droplets in the atmosphere. As the droplet grows the cold air freezes this water into an ice crystal. Each crystal has its own shape. If
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Snow, the big soft flakes we are familiar with, does not begin in this state. The process of forming into snow begins high in the earth's atmosphere. The formation of these powdery
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Snow is formed when it 'rains' but obviously it is too cold for any precipitation to come out as rain so it comes at like snow like we would have if it was below 0 degrees celsius
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Snow is not frozen rain. Snow forms by sublimation of water vapor-the turning of water vapor directly into ice, without going through the liquid stage. High above the ground, chilled
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Snow forms when water vapor condenses and freezes into ice crystals. As the ice crystals fall from the clouds, they melt and then refreeze. This creates larger ice crystals which produce fluffy snow.
Snow is formed when water vapor is deposited in the higher areas of the atmosphere at temperatures less than zero degrees centigrade. That is when snow falls to the ground.
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