How to Make It Snow

Christmas was made to be white, but what if you are not in a climate that is suitable for snow? In this article you will find out how to make snow if .

Instructions

Snow making

Step 1

Man-made snow is much denser than natural snow . The ice crystal nucleus of Man-made snow always packs tighter. This makes the man-made snow able to withstand many more rain events and warm days before it disappears.

Step 2

If you do not have a snow machine you can rent them. Make sure that the temperature is below 25 degrees. Hook the water to the snow machine. Always use clean water -- not from a lake or pond.

Step 3

Turn machine on and then turn the water on.

Step 4

Watch as the snow blows out over your yard.

Tips and Warnings

If you are in a warmer climate then purchase snow in a can or lots of cotton. This type of snow packs easier and is very slippery, but makes great sledding hills.

Things You'll Need

Snow machine, , 20 amp power source. (Outlet or generator), , An unfrozen hose spigot that can produce a minimum of 3 gallons of clean water per minute. , , Air temperatures at or below 25 degrees

About this Author

Kelly Potoczny has been a professional writer since 1999. She has been published in "Humps n Horns," "Readers Digest," "Bellville Star," E-How.com, and many other sites. She also has vast experience in writing medical articles as well as travel articles. She is also known for her talent in poetry. Potoczny holds a Bachelor of Arts in English from Ohio State University.

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