What was the biggest snowflake in the world?
Guinness World Records lists a snowflake 15 inches in diameter and 8 inches thick as measured at Fort Keogh, Montana, in 1887, as the largest. Large snowflakes consist of "packets" of many smaller snow crystals loosely clinging together.
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