|Originally posted by Tubular Billiam |
Snow is snow frozen water droplets as they fall and don't melt. Sleet is water droplets that are frozen but melt as they hit the ground (opposite of freezing rain). Wet snow is just snow that has a high liquid water ratio. Dry snow has a low liquid water ratio.
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|Originally posted by Vivid Boy |
dude.......winter clothing, summer clothing, spring clothing and fall clothing, all the same thing????
I was in Japan for just a month, so it made no sense to buy more clothes as I was short of money (I did rent a skying suit shortly after, but that's about it). Besides, I live in a place where the weather is pretty much the same all year round, so I'm not used to this "winter clothing/summer clothing" difference.
In short, yes. All the same thing
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