It is hard to predict the temperature at which snow will melt, because it depends on many factors. For example, if you are in a mountainous region and there is still ice-cold air flowing over your area, then it may take much longer for the snow to melt than if you are in an area with a more moderate climate. However, generally speaking, below 32 degrees Fahrenheit (0 Celsius), most of the time the snow will not be melted. This can be seen by examining what happens when we try to walk around outside without any winter clothes on – our body starts shivering due to how cold it feels! Number of words: – Bullet points to write about in the blog post below. -What is snow? -How does it form and why do we get so much of it during cold winters? -Why is there more snow on mountains than other slopes? Why are some mountain ranges called “snowy”? What’s a good example for this kind of range, like Mt. Hood or Glacier National Park in Montana (USA)? +more!