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Rain, Snow, Hail or Sleet
Teaching the Forms of Precipitation
Ron Brown


This song is available on Intelli-Tunes' Science.

We’re searching the sky for precipitation,
Watching the clouds for the moisture there.
Searching the sky for precipitation,
Rain, snow, hail or sleet.

When the moisture in the atmosphere
Condenses in the sky,
Water droplets freeze inside the clouds,
When they melt, the rain will fly.

If the temperature is cold enough
Ice crystals can not melt.
Six sided snowflakes fall right down.
It’s cold out, you can tell.

We’re searching the sky for precipitation,
Watching the clouds for the moisture there.
Searching the sky for precipitation,
Rain, snow, hail or sleet.

When the thunder rolls, ice crystals grow,
In the dark clouds way up high.
Ice pellets form and the hailstones fall,
It’s a cumulonimbus sky.

If there’s rain and snow mixed in the air,
Sleet begins to fall.
The temperature’s not cold enough
Some crystals melt and thaw.

Rain snow hail sleet
Rain snow hail sleet

We’re searching the sky for precipitation,
Watching the clouds for the moisture there.
Searching the sky for precipitation,
Rain, snow, hail or sleet.

 

 

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Many thanks to Ron Brown for permission to display these lyrics.
© Ronald J. Brown. All rights reserved. Used with permission.



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