Well, hello there! Thanks for writing me an email! It was very nice to hear from you. I understand that you don't know a lot about me. I'll be happy to tell you all about me and where I come from.
My name is Sarah Sleet. I'm cold, I'm wet, and no, I'm not snow. Snowflakes always give sleet a hard time. It's mostly because snowflakes think they're so much prettier than sleet. That may be true, but sleet has a lot more fun. Sleet bounces and snow doesn't. So there.
Very simply, sleet is tiny pieces of ice that fall from the sky. Depending on where you live, you may have never seen me before. That's because it takes very specific weather conditions to make sleet.Paragraphs 4 to 8:
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