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Snow Solid precipitation formed in the atmosphere by sublimation of water vapor onto solid nuclei.
Dusting A very miniscule snow fall.
Ice Frozen Water
Avalanche A large mass of snow or ice detached from its position and moving swiftly down a mountainside.
Blizzard A strong wind where snow drifts so high and thick it is difficult to tell whether the sky is clear or clouded.
Black Ice Thin dark appearing salt-water ice without snow covering, the top is usually wet from newly melted snow.
Yellow Snow Don't Eat this one!
Drift Wind-driven snow in motion along the surface, can reach heights of 100 feet or more.
Frost A light feathery deposit of ice through condensation of water vapor, directly in the crystalline form.
Sleet Frozen raindrops or wet snowflakes.
Snowstorm Large numbers of snow crystals or flakes falling in a continuous stream from the sky and restricting visibility to about a mile.
Created by: mandy.safriet