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-the surface '''[[temperature]]''' of the '''[[snow]]''' or different layers of snow measured in degree '''[[Celsius]]''' +[[Image:Measuring the Snow Temperature.jpg|'''[[Snow temperature]]''' is the surface '''[[temperature]]''' of the '''[[snow]]''' or different layers of snow measured in degree '''Celsius'''|thumb|450px]]
 +'''[[Snow temperature]]''' is the surface '''[[temperature]]''' of the '''[[snow]]''' or different layers of snow measured in degree '''Celsius'''
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 +== '''Also see''' ==
 +*'''[[Snow temperature gradient]]'''
 +*'''[[Snow]]'''
 +*'''[[Temperature]]'''
 +*'''[[Freestyle Timing Booklet]]'''
 +*'''[[Data Service Requirements World Cup]]'''
 +*'''[[Infrared Thermometer]]'''
 +*'''[[Dew Point]]'''
 +*'''[[Freezing Point / Freeze]]'''
 +*'''[[Fusion]]'''
 +*'''[[Melting Point]]'''
 +*'''[[Weather]]'''
 +*'''[[Atmosphere]]'''
 +*'''[[Melt Freeze Metamorphism]]'''
 +*'''[[Metamorphism]]'''
 +*'''[[Supercooling]]'''
 +*'''[[Heat transfer]]'''
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-Return to '''[[Freestyle Skiing]] or [[Ski Cross Glossary]]'''+Return to '''[[What Is Required in a FIS Freestyle Start and Result Sheet]], [[Freestyle Skiing]] or [[Ski Cross Glossary]]'''
[[Category:Freestyle Glossary]] [[Category:Freestyle Glossary]]

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Snow temperature is the surface temperature of the snow or different layers of snow measured in degree Celsius
Snow temperature is the surface temperature of the snow or different layers of snow measured in degree Celsius

Snow temperature is the surface temperature of the snow or different layers of snow measured in degree Celsius


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