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That's absurd. Humidity is the only thing that affects snowfall (and it is certainly drying out today). "Too cold to snow" is a myth.


I didn't mean physically impossible for it to snow.


But at these temperatures, it is certainly harder for the atmosphere to maintain moisture and thereby produce snow. And, the snow it would/could produce, would be very different from the kind of snow you want ... it wouldn't be big, stick to the bottom, ski-on-it snow... it would be hardly a dusting that (in this area) would be gone in no time. Elsewhere it might form a basecoat for a bigger, badder, more awesome snow... but not here.

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