Does it ever snow in Antarctica?
Antarctica has an amazing climate. The coldest temperature ever recorded on Earth, -89.2°C (192.5°F), was captured here, at the Russian Vostok Research Station. Such extreme cold brings out some unique and beautiful effects, such as ‘diamond dust’, which is a shiny cloud at ground level, made up of tiny ice crystals. And yes, it does snow. Antarctica is actually a desert, which means it doesn’t snow very often. When it does, however, the snowstorms can be spectacular and terrifying.
Answer by Carlos Grau