By Jamison, Ally, Julia and Max
Snow can be so cold that it can give you frostbite. Winter is usually the coldest season
because of snow.
Each bit of ice clings to a speck of dust.
The specks of ice and dust cling to one another that’s how snow
How snow forms
› Rain starts out on the ground. Water in oceans and
lakes evaporate into air. Evaporate means to turn into
vapor. Vapor is tiny drops of water. The water drops
are so small they float into the air. Water vapor rises
into the sky. The tiny drops get colder and stick to
dust. Dust forms puffy clouds. Then rain falls.
› Floods happen when too much rain falls. Floods can drown
plants and damage buildings such as houses. Flash floods can
move trees, houses and cars.
› Wind’s can be warm or cold.
Wind makes the ocean rocky
and it makes waves.
› Rocks in the desert can be made in to strange shapes
by dust storms.
› Hurricanes can happen in many parts of the world but they can only form over an
› Blizzards are very strong winter storms. They form when cold air meets warm air.
› Weather is always changing. Some days are warm and sunny and other days are cold