Water changes from the liquid to the solid state when it freezes, creating ice crystals. When this happens in clouds, the ice crystals are in the form of snow. The temperature at which snow is formed, affects the shape of the flakes, from 3-32 degrees Fahrenheit. Keeping the snow chilled at these temperatures can preserve your snow.
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