Sorry conspiracy theorists, but the snow in Atlanta was real.

A conspiracy theory is floating around that someone other than Mother Nature is responsible for Atlanta's latest snowfall, spurred on by clips of people burning snowballs black. This video, using a lighter and some snow, explains why they're wrong — and explores the phenomenon of "snow that doesn't melt." » 2/03/14 7:00pm 2/03/14 7:00pm

These are among the world's first 3D photographs of untouched snowflakes

Researchers at the University of Utah have teamed up with the NSF to understand better just how fast and in what form snowflakes truly fall. To do it, they're using a high-speed Multi-Angle Snowflake Cam (aka "MASC") to capture real-time 3D images of snowflakes in freefall at Utah's Alta Ski Area. » 4/12/13 12:20pm 4/12/13 12:20pm

Watch thirty epic hours of snowstorm Nemo in just sixty seconds

Last Friday, a hulking blizzard snowstorm overtook the Northeast. Few places were as hard-hit as Boston, parts of which were shrouded in more than thirty inches of snow by Saturday morning. This timelapse video, shot by Beantown resident jere7my tho?rpe between Friday 2/8/13 and Saturday 2/9/13, packs 30 hours of… » 2/11/13 2:40pm 2/11/13 2:40pm

Snowy Space Invaders "crop circle" appears on a French hillside

We adore artist Simon Beck's geometric snow art, which he makes by simply stomping on fresh snow with his snow shoes. Usually, his designs are inspired by geometry or crop circles, but on a recent snow-stomping trek, he walked a trio of Space Invaders into existence. Fortunately, these guys are stuck there, so they'll… » 12/30/12 9:30am 12/30/12 9:30am