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A wintertime thunderstorm from which falls '''[[snow]]''' instead of '''[[rain]]'''. Violent updrafts and at or below freezing '''[[temperatures]]''' throughout the '''[[atmosphere]]''', from surface to high aloft, discourage the melting of snow and '''[[ice]]''' into rain. Intense '''[[snowfall]]''' rates often occur during these situations. A wintertime thunderstorm from which falls '''[[snow]]''' instead of '''[[rain]]'''. Violent updrafts and at or below freezing '''[[temperatures]]''' throughout the '''[[atmosphere]]''', from surface to high aloft, discourage the melting of snow and '''[[ice]]''' into rain. Intense '''[[snowfall]]''' rates often occur during these situations.
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A wintertime thunderstorm from which falls snow instead of rain. Violent updrafts and at or below freezing temperatures throughout the atmosphere, from surface to high aloft, discourage the melting of snow and ice into rain. Intense snowfall rates often occur during these situations.



Reference

  1. Wikipedia Thunder snow [1]

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