Winter wonderland
Do you know why the world feel quieter when snow fall? Because soundwaves is absorbed .

Colorado State Climatologist Nolan Doesken says: "When the ground has a thick layer of fresh, fluffy snow, sound waves are readily absorbed at the surface of the snow. However, the snow surface can become smooth and hard as it ages or if there have been strong winds. Then the snow surface will actually help reflect sound waves. Sounds seem clearer and travel farther under these circumstances."

 ____________________________________________ 📍Toronto , Canada 

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