Super-cool new research

Everyone wants better snow accumulation forecasts and new research from the DOE’s Brookhaven lab may be an incredible breakthrough.

Researchers have identified that drizzle drops that are “super-cooled” (between 32°F and 14°F) which come into contact with ice particles, freeze, then EXPLODE creating 10 to 1000 times more ice particles which in turn touch other drizzle drops repeating the process in a cascade.

This knowledge will help weather models to more accurately forecast the amount of ice within clouds, so the amount of snow coming from those clouds will be known much more accurately.

Now that’s “Super-Cool”!
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