Feb 05 , 2014

Changing Formation; From Water to Snowflakes!

Depending on the part of the country in which one lives, the presence of snow may be either a unique phenomenon or a regular occurrence. Regardless of ones personal attitudes towards snow, there is no question that it is not only stunningly beautiful, but also quite amazing from a structural perspective. Individuals who are interested in learning more about snow should first understand why all snowflakes are six-sided. In addition, having a basic understanding as to how snowflakes are formed, and why all snow is not in the form of flakes can also be useful for individuals interested in learning more about this fascinating topic. Consultation with meteorologists or professors who study the topic can also be an effective way to gain additional information about the concept of snowflake formation.