I Wonder Why?
Question: I wonder why snow is still fluffy, if it is a solid? Perimeter Scientist: Kevin Donkers Kevin explains that when the temperature drops below zero, little drops of water from the clouds, start grouping together and crystalize. When they crystalize, we get snowflakes. When the snowflakes fall from the sky and land on the ground, there is so much air between each flake that the snow stays soft and fluffy.