@grfadel17 asked 7 months ago.

The largest recorded snowflake was in keogh, montana in 1887, how wide was it?

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@ravanuqif answered 7 months ago.

The largest snowflake ever recorded was in Keogh, Montana in 1887. It was 8 inches wide and 16 inches long.
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@xekabogerr answered 7 months ago.

The largest snowflake ever recorded was 82 inches wide. It was much less common to measure snowflakes before the 1950s, so there are more “claims” of larger snowflakes, but none have been verified.
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@essagotu answered 7 months ago.

The largest recorded snowflake was in keogh, montana, in 1887, and was 15 inches wide. The snowflake was so large that it was documented in the New York Times at the time. In fact, it was so large that the man who discovered it was convinced that snow couldn’t actually exist.
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@egillurry answered 7 months ago.

The largest snowflake ever recorded was over 8 inches wide and fell in Keogh, Montana in 1887. The ice crystal was so big that it was actually photographed. Most snowflakes are between the size of a dime and a quarter.
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@elummepo answered 7 months ago.

The largest recorded snowflake was in Keogh, Montana in 1887. It was 8 inches wide from tip to tip and was captured on a windowpane.

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