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“The ice crystals, which can be the size of a grain of flour, often occur near massive convective thunderstorms can be as large as 400 miles in diameter. The complex thermodynamic flows inside these systems suck up warm and moist air and then circulate it with descending cold air to form tiny ice particles as small as 40 microns in diameter.”

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