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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Subnivean_climate

Subnivean climate (From Latin for "under" (sub-) and "snow" (nives) refers to the zone in and ... While the snow is on the ground, the melting and joining of snow flakes reduces the height of snowpack by shrinking air spaces, causing the ...

nsidc.org/cryosphere/snow/science/formation.html

If the ground temperature is at or below freezing, the snow will reach the ground. ... Under certain conditions, usually requiring near-freezing temperatures, light ...

ww2010.atmos.uiuc.edu/(Gh)/guides/mtr/fcst/prcp/rs.rxml

If ground temperature is above 32 F, the freezing level must be located somewhere above the ground. The falling snow passes through the freezing level into the ...

www.sciencebits.com/SnowAboveFreezing

Did you ever wonder how can it snow at above freezing temperatures? ... once they penetrate above freezing air, as they descend downwards to the ground.

www.onthesnow.com/news/a/15198/can-it-snow-when-temps-are-above-freezing-

Aug 8, 2016 ... If the air temperature is colder than freezing all the way from the cloud to the ground then the snow flakes retain their flakiness and fall as snow.

www.snow-forecast.com/pages/nsidc-faq

Under certain conditions, usually requiring near-freezing temperatures, light winds, and ... How does snow form if the ground temperature is above freezing?

www.intellicast.com/Travel/Weather/Snow/Cover.aspx

View Radar, Satellite, Temperature, Snow Cover, Storms and more by zooming ... In colder climates this results in snow lying on the ground all winter; when the ...

www.iweathernet.com/educational/weather-myths/too-warm-for-the-snow-to-stick

Feb 2, 2015 ... Does recent warm weather prevent snow accumulation? ... studied significant snowstorms that occurred under those circumstances, but I've ...

www.outdoors.org/articles/amc-outdoors/under-the-snow

Dec 5, 2013 ... Some critters—mice, voles, moles—find a warm pocket of air ... and the ground gets it name from the Latin sub (under) and nives (snow). “Snow ...