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 .


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,", 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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