Snowfall can be defined as ‘slight,’ ‘moderate’ or ‘heavy’. When combined with strong winds, a snowfall can create blizzards and drifts. If the temperature is warmer than 2 °C then the snowflake will melt and fall as sleet rather than snow, and if it’s warmer still, it will be rain. Snowfall is a natural phenomenon when water droplets freeze on a solid surface. The freezing process results in the formation of snowflakes. The temperature and humidity levels of the air affect how much snow falls from the sky. When it is cold outside, the air is colder and has more moisture. Snow falling soundlessly in the middle of the night will always fill my heart with sweet clarity. The snow doesn’t give a soft white damn whom it touches. Snowflakes are one of nature’s most fragile things, but just look what they can do when they stick together. When snow falls, nature listens The snowfall in an area or country is the amount of snow that falls there during a particular period. The total rain and snowfall amounted to 5 inches. A snowfall is a fall of snow. Snow is a magical thing. It acts like an angel, fluttering down from the sky with such grace and elegance and softly lands on the earth. Over time, the snow clumps together creating a white blanket covering the ground. Snow is truly a remarkable site, however, those who never see snow regularly miss its beauty. When water becomes warm, it evaporates as water vapour into the air, forming clouds. When it cools again above our heads the vapour turns back to water and rain falls back down to the ground. When it’s really cold, the water vapour freezes into crystals, causing snow. Snow helps insulate the ground below, holding in heat and preventing moisture from evaporating into the atmosphere. Even on top of other frozen material, such as permafrost and river ice or sea ice, snow cover prevents ice from forming as quickly.