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Title: Snow


1
Snow
  • By Kailee Mikayla

2
Description
  • Snow small white ice crystals formed directly
    from the water vapor of the air.
  • A fall of snow crystals.
  • Ice crystals within clouds become to heavy for
    air to hold, they fall to the earth as a form of
    precipitation, such as snow, sleet, rain, snow
    pellets or hail.

3
How this Weather is formed
  • Snow is formed by precipitation that consists of
    crystals of ice.
  • Snow crystals usually start from tiny droplets of
    super-cold water.
  • Water forms around dust.

4
How this Weather is formed
  • Ice crystals form is a cloud temp. that is below
    freezing or less than 32F (0C).
  • The ice crystals take on different forms as they
    fall.

5
Structure
  • Hail an ice crystal may be carried by strong
    winds throughout thunderclouds, many layers.
  • The ice crystals will collide with super-cold
    water pellets, refreeze and increase the size.
  • When the ice crystals become to heavy for air to
    hold, it will fall to the earth as a hailstone

6
Structure
  • Sleet falls when the ground-level air
    temperature is about 37F -39F (2.78 -3.89C).
    Rain- falls from water droplets cloud or when the
    ground level air temperature is over 39F
    (3.89C).

7
Effects on People
  • After a Blizzard people have to dig there cars
    out of the snow with a BIG shovel.
  • People can also die in Blizzards.
  • In the story The School House Blizzard there was
    a BIG Blizzard and it covered the School House.
  • ALL the people in the building died.

8
Effects on Nature
  • Plant die in the snow cause them to freeze up.
  • During the winter many animals hibernate.
  • Animals freeze in the ice sometimes not always.
  • It is hard for many animals to find food in the
    winter.
  • When it snows most nature dies except sometimes
    animals dont die because they hibernate.
  • Also animals can be fossilized in ice.

9
Other
  • The North Pole and the South Pole are always very
    cold.
  • There is always snow and ice on the ground even
    in the summer.
  • The seas near by are often frozen solid.

10
Other
  • Snow is frozen rain often in very cold weather
    tiny drops of water in the clouds become frozen.

11
Fascinating Facts
  • It is fun to ski in the snow, or skate on ice.
  • Make sure you keep warm in the winter.
  • You need warm clothes when you play in the snow.
  • European robins does not mind the snow and comes
    to gardens for food.

12
Fascinating Facts
  • Its feathers keep it warm day and night.

13
How This Weather is Formed
  • Snow is formed of precipitation that consists of
    crystals of ice.
  • Snow crystals usually start from tiny droplets of
    super cooled water.
  • The water forms around dust.

14
How this weather is formed
  • Ice crystal form is a cloud temp. that is below
    freezing or less than 32F (0C).
  • The ice crystals take on different form as they
    fall.
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