Why Dry Climate Snow is Different From Humid Climate Snow

Why Dry Climate Snow is Different From Humid Climate Snow

Why Dry Climate Snow is Different From Humid Climate Snow

01/20/19

“Why is dry climate snow different than humid climate snow?”

 

An area’s climate affects everything, and the snow is no different. In humid climates, which tend to be closer to a body of water and lower in elevation, snow tends to be imbued with water, making it extra wet and messy. However, in dry climates, the ice crystals lack this problem and therefore are more tightly bound. This is Why Dry Climate Snow is Different From Humid Climate Snow.

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