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Snow grains

Snow grains are a very small form of solid precipitation.

This type of precipitation appears as very small white and opaque grains of ice. These grains are fairly flat or elongated with a diameter generally less than 1mm.

Snow grains are the solid equivalent to drizzle.

 

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