TheMathAsker
  • TheMathAsker
Please help! Will fan and medal! it is winter where Jenna lives. Its been snowing all day, but now the snow has changed to sleet and then to freezing rain what is happening to cause these changes?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Well. The sleet may contain large pieces of ice, or even rain, so it is pretty similar to freezing rain, but thicker. Do you have answer choices? @TheMathAsker
anonymous
  • anonymous
Hi @TheMathAsker !I'll try to help you! Here basically we need to know how a sleet is formed..So Sleet is formed when rain mixes with the snow (Here Its snowing all day!) This occurs when the snow melts and the refreezes before it reaches the ground (Forming sleet). Hope this helped :)
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  • TheMathAsker
@BrandonR Omg thank you so much x)

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