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We typically don't see this type of snow here. It is usually wet snow.

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We get it here occasionally.  It's snowing right now, but fat, fluffy flakes.  Not graupel.  

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We're waiting for a hurricane, there might be  Graupel.

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3 hours ago, Daddydavek said:

Locally, we just call it sleet.

It's not the same as sleet:

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