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Trivia. Can it snow from clear skies?. Trivia. Answer: Yes. Ice crystals sometimes fall from clear skies when temperatures are in the single digits or colder. Can it snow from clear skies?. Trivia . What is more hazardous to trees and power lines?. a. One inch of wet snow        

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Can it snow from clear skies?

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Answer: Yes. Ice crystals sometimes fall from clear skies whentemperatures are in the single digits or colder.

Can it snow from clear skies?

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What is more hazardous to trees and power lines?

  • a. One inch of wet snow        
  • b. One inch of ice
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What is more hazardous to trees and power lines?

Answer: b. An inch of ice is heavier than wet snow and is hazardousenough to cause power lines and trees to come down.

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On the average, one inch of rain is equivalent to how many inches of snow?

  • a. 10 inches
  • b. 1 inch        
  • c. 5 inches        
  • d. a foot
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On the average, one inch of rain is equivalent to how many inches of snow?

Answer: a. 10 inches of snow melts down to about an inch of liquid rain.

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True or False. It must be 32°F or colder for it to snow.

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True or False. It must be 32°F or colder for it to snow.

Answer: False. It has been known to snow with temperatures in the mid 40's. Temperatures are below 32°F up in the clouds where the snow isforming.

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