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Andorian surface

The Northern Wastes of Andoria

Snowing on the promenade

Snowing on the Promenade

Snow is the formation of frozen water droplets high in a planet's atmosphere. It is white in color, and requires a temperature below 0 °C to hold its form.

Snow was extremely common on Andoria, (ENT: "The Aenar") and could also be found on mountains on Earth. (TNG: "Angel One"; Star Trek Nemesis) The Arctic Circle on Earth was also a region full of snow. (ENT: "Regeneration")

In 2285, Doctor David Marcus was amazed that snow was located in the same sector as the tropical land on the planet Genesis. (Star Trek III: The Search for Spock)

In 2364, Wesley Crusher and a friend of his joined a holodeck program, which recreated the Denubian Alps. They went to the program for skiing lessons and later had a snowball battle. One snowball hit Captain Picard by accident. (TNG: "Angel One")

In Data's recreation of the holonovel A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, it was snowing outside a window. (TNG: "Devil's Due")

While trying to speak casually with Commander Riker, Ensign Sam Lavelle stated that Canada and Alaska both got a lot of snow. (TNG: "Lower Decks")

In 2369, when the thoughts of the Deep Space 9 crew were becoming reality, snow appeared on the space station's promenade. Odo predicted that there would be five or six centimeters of snow and asked if the environmental controls had broken down. (DS9: "If Wishes Were Horses")

In Captain Picard's version of the Nexus, he celebrated Christmas with his family while snow fell outside. (Star Trek Generations)

In the final revised draft script of TOS: "The Conscience of the King", the concluding moments of a negotiation between Lenore Karidian and James T. Kirk were metaphorically referred to as "the last flakes of the snow job."

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