The snowflake is an aggregate of ice crystals, each about 10 million times smaller than it, which falls through the earth's atmosphere as precipitation. Their formation begins with snow crystals that develop when microscopic droplets (10m diameter) undercooled (temperatures below 18 ° C) freeze in a cloud. Snowflakes appear in many varieties of sizes and shapes. Complex shapes develop according to the temperature and humidity regimes encountered by the flakes. Individual flakes have an almost unique structure. Some precipitation may, through thaw and freeze, fall into a ball such as snow pellets, sleet or snow pellets.
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