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[[Image:SnowCycle.jpg|The process of precipitating '''[[snow]]''' is called snowfall. The rate at which '''[[snow]]''' falls, usually expressed in inches of snow depth over '''a six (6) hour''' period.|thumb|300px]] [[Image:SnowCycle.jpg|The process of precipitating '''[[snow]]''' is called snowfall. The rate at which '''[[snow]]''' falls, usually expressed in inches of snow depth over '''a six (6) hour''' period.|thumb|300px]]
-The process of precipitating '''[[snow]]''' is called snowfall. The rate at which '''[[snow]]''' falls, usually expressed in inches of snow depth over '''a six (6) hour''' period.+The process of precipitating '''[[snow]]''' is called snowfall.
-[[Image:Falling snow at night.jpg|thumb|400px]]+The rate at which '''[[snow]]''' falls, usually expressed in inches of snow depth over '''a six (6) hour''' period.
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The process of precipitating snow is called snowfall. The rate at which snow falls, usually expressed in inches of snow depth over a six (6) hour period.
The process of precipitating snow is called snowfall. The rate at which snow falls, usually expressed in inches of snow depth over a six (6) hour period.

The process of precipitating snow is called snowfall.

The rate at which snow falls, usually expressed in inches of snow depth over a six (6) hour period.

[edit] Also See

[edit] Examples;

  1. .Snowfall, by Josh Winstead [1]
  2. The Snow Life-Cycle [2]
  3. Wikipedia Snow [3]



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