It depends on how hot it is. Or where it is, snow can fall from the clouds and melt before it hits the ground, though not very common as it gets warmer the closer to the ground you get. There is also permafrost and things of that nature that never melt because they are in extreme conditions. Therefore snow can melt in fractions of a second or – for all intents and purposes – never.
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