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Northern Alaska
In Alaska it is very cold, and it snows very often. Describe a rare snowflake that you might occasionally find in Alaska. Click on the circles describing the size and shape of your snowflake, and on the circle describing the air temperature in the clouds. Click on the "submit" button when you have described your snowflake.

Describe Your Snowflake

Size:

Small
Medium
Large

Temperature:

Cool
Really Cold

Shape:

Hexagonal Plate
Hexagonal Stellar Crystal
Stud Snowflake

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