Fun Facts Of Snow

  1. Snowflakes are unique, and no two are exactly alike.
  2. Snow is actually transparent and appears white because it reflects all colors of light.
  3. Snow can be as light as air or as heavy as concrete, depending on the type of snow and its temperature.
  4. Snow forms when water vapor freezes into ice crystals in the atmosphere.
  5. Snow can take on various shapes and forms, including dendrites, columns, plates, and needles.
  6. Snowflakes can grow to be several inches wide, but most are much smaller.
  7. Snow acts as a natural insulator, helping to keep the ground and buildings warm.
  8. Snow reflects up to 90% of the sun's rays, helping to keep the Earth cool.
  9. The largest snowflake on record was 15 inches wide and 8 inches thick.
  10. Snow can also serve as a water source, as it melts and replenishes rivers and streams.


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