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Snow can disappear straight into the atmosphere in hot, dry weather

By Steven R. Fassnacht, Professor of Snow Hydrology, Colorado State University
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As rivers run dry in the Rocky Mountains and the West, its easy to wonder where all the snow you see on mountain peaks goes. Some of it ends up in the air, but researchers aren’t sure how much.

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