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What is the warmest temp on the ground that it has snowed. Thanks

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Good Question

I could find no stats on this. Personal experience is that it can be around 35°F, even a little higher, and then a snowstorm can swoop in.

Is that what you meant?

If not, the following link shows the mechanics of temp/snow conditions:

http://ww2010.atmos.uiuc.edu/(Gh)/guides/mtr/fcst/prcp/rs.rxml

What's been your experience?


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