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The Weather

Guess what? There isn’t any new water on earth. Every time it rains, just imagine that it is raining last time what it rained. This is how it happens:
1. The sun heats up the water in rivers and seas.
2. Little bits of water go up into the air and turn into big clouds.
3. When the clouds get too big, they let go of their rain that goes straight into the sea.

Snowflakes come in all different shapes but they have one thing in common: they all have six points.

First Encyclopedia of Our World (FEOW)
p. 16-17

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