In the winter, the air grows colder and the sun hides behind clouds. The cold air makes water in the atmosphere and turns it into snow. Snow is made of small crystals. You can see them if you look closely on your coat as you stand outside. Learn more about snow and Snowflake Bentley, who was one of the first people to look at snow under a microscope and take pictures of flakes.
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