I've heard this before. Any truth to this? If so, how cold is too cold to snow? :unknown:
Yes-that's correct. It is classified as a desert because it meets all the dry qualifications to be called a desert. Gee, I wonder if they have Ice Mice down there instead of dung beetles & scorpions.In spite of ice sheets over a mile thick in Antarctica, it doesn't snow very heavily there given the cold climate. Most of the snow one sees at the South Pole is blowing snow. I believe Antarctica is classified as a desert by the scientific community.
Now that brings back a HydroLifeMemory! I once won $50 (using carefull argument skills, goading, prodding and insulting derision:laugh from a guy that didn't believe there was such a thing as "snow fleas".snow flea