We’ve been stuck under a very cold air mass, plus we had quite a few light snow falls during the course of last week. Many people have heard that cold arctic air is often drier and assume snow is not likely with such low temperatures. That is not always the case! Meteorologist Megan Salois explains why snow is still possible with sub-zero temperatures.
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