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Very dumb question but do big snow flakes fall out west?
I've seen numerous storms out west and they all tend to be a finer snow but no more than dime sized clumps.
In the midwest and northeast, when it snows, it's more like globs of snow. Currently it's dropping quarter to half dollar sized clumps at home, but it will be over just as soon as it started.
Is this a humidity thing in the places I've visited? Is the pnw different? Am I just crazy?
Depends on temp and humidity for sure, but big flakes fall in all areas, especially in the spring and fall.
In Tahoe (where I ski) there are fuckin chonks of snowflakes when it storms.
Currently in truckee looking at big chunky ass flakes coming down
only in america, everythings bigger in america.
like your boomer ass
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