Snow

@nannacroc (4049)
November 21, 2006 4:22am CST
There's a saying in England that it's too cold for snow, how can this make sense if it snows in countries with much colder climates? Is there a sensible answer such as the direction of the wind or is there no sense to it.
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7 responses
@RieRie (820)
21 Nov 06
Watch telly, play cards, do some housework, have a shower, go on the computer.
@RieRie (820)
21 Nov 06
Pants, the stupid site put the wrong answer, it was playing up, I meant to say:It needs to be 0 or 1 degrees for it to snow and I think how close to sea-level might affect it too.
@nannacroc (4049)
21 Nov 06
Thanks for both answers, it's lucky they were both answers to my discussions.
@dorypanda (1597)
21 Nov 06
Well, it's because the snow forms 'blankets' and therefore, it's warmer because the country is covered in 'blankets' of snow or even snowy blankety clouds.
@nannacroc (4049)
21 Nov 06
Thank you, that's a lovely answer.
@gabs8513 (48710)
• United Kingdom
21 Nov 06
Do you know I have wondered that to as I hear it very often I wish someone would enlighten us about that as I would like to know how it can be to cold for snow
@gabs8513 (48710)
• United Kingdom
21 Nov 06
Do you know I have wondered that to as I hear it very often I wish someone would enlighten us about that as I would like to know how it can be to cold for snow
@RieRie (820)
21 Nov 06
Watch telly, play cards, do some housework, have a shower, go on the computer.
@tibido (4080)
• Italy
21 Nov 06
i like snow :-)
@tibido (4080)
• Italy
21 Nov 06
i like snow :-)