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Snow and Freezing Rain

Winter landscape on a sunset. Mountains Carpathians, Ukraine

Last week, large parts of the south west were affected by freezing rain.

Geoff Jenkin’s youtube video explains how you can create supercooled water at home:

As large swathes of the country are affected by snow, the question of how long it will last and whether we’ll get a white Christmas becomes important – and a great way to revise some weather processes.

 

Have a look at our resource investigating what weather conditions are required for snow, with some ideas for classroom activities Will it Snow?. You may also like to read the Dreaming of a White Christmas article on theWeather Club site.

Photo credit: Lucy Cunningham

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