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G. Lloyd, C. Dearden, T. W. Choularton, J. Crosier, and K. N. Bower

splintering took place. The most extensive study to date into splinter production as a function of rimer velocity covered the range 1.5–12 m s −1 ( Saunders and Hosseini 2001 ). However, the terminal velocity of snowflakes composed of ice crystals exhibiting various growth habits has been shown to be outside of this range (<1.5 m s −1 ) ( Heymsfield 1972 ; Langleben 1954 ). In all the cases presented here it is probable that accretion of supercooled water on snow particles traveling at low velocities is

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