This article is about the thin cover caused by snowfall. For the full block, see Snow Block. For the weather condition, see Snowfall. For the projectile, see Snowball. For other uses, see Snow (disambiguation).
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1 Obtaining 1.1 Breaking 1.2 Natural generation 1.3 Crafting 1.4 Post-generation 1.4.1 Weather 1.4.2 Snow golems 2 Usage 2.1 Cover 2.2 Melting 2.3 Foxes 3 Sounds 4 Data values 4.1 ID 4.2 Metadata 4.3 Block states 5 History 6 Issues 7 Trivia 8 Gallery 8.1 Java Edition 8.2 Bedrock Edition 9 Notes 10 References
Snow can be obtained using a shovel with the Silk Touch enchantment. Destroying snow with a non-silk-touch shovel yields one snowball per layer. If it is destroyed with anything other than a shovel, nothing is dropped (even if using a different Silk Touch tool). Explosions by TNT or creepers will also cause snow to yield a snowball. Snow can also be obtained by causing it to drop into an invalid block space, in which case it drops itself.
Block Snow Hardness 0.1 Tool Breaking time[A] Default 0.5 Wooden 0.1 Stone 0.05 Iron 0.05 Diamond 0.05 Netherite 0.05 Golden 0.05
↑ Times are for unenchanted tools as wielded by players with no status effects, measured in seconds. For more information, see Breaking § Speed.
Natural generation < edit>
Snow naturally generates in snowy biomes – snowy tundra, ice spikes, frozen oceans, snowy taiga, frozen river and snowy beach – and in the mountains biome above y-level 90–95. Only blocks with direct access to the sky can generate snow layers naturally (with the exception of some snowy villages, which are intentionally made to generate extra snow in areas inaccessible to the sky).
Snow generates where there is sky access atop buildings in snowy taiga villages.
Snow generates in multiple layers as part of many snowy tundra village structures.
Snow generates exclusively in single layers in Java Edition, but can generate in multiple layers in Bedrock Edition.
Crafting < edit>
Ingredients Crafting recipe Snow Block
Post-generation < edit>
Weather < edit>
In snowy biomes or in cold biomes at varying layers, the weather can snow instead of rain. In snowy weather, snow generates on random non-transparent blocks with a block light level of 10 or less, with the exception of ice and packed ice.
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Biome Layer All snowy biomes y 0 Gravelly Mountains Gravelly Mountains + Mountains Mountain Edge Stone Shore Wooded Mountains y 90–95 Taiga Taiga Hills Taiga Mountains Giant Spruce Taiga Hills y 120–125 Giant Spruce Taiga y 150–155 Giant Tree Taiga Giant Tree Taiga Hills y 160–165 All others except Dry/Hot Biomes y 256
In Bedrock Edition, multiple snow layers are built up naturally during snowfall; in Java Edition, snowfall creates only one layer.
Snow layers do not generate if the gamerule doweathercycle has been set to false.
Snow golems < edit>
See also: Tutorials/Snow farming
Snow golems generate a trail of snow in snowy, cold, and some medium biomes, or any non-dry biome in Bedrock Edition.
Usage < edit>
Snow can be placed only on a solid block that is not ice. In Java Edition, snow breaks if its support block is removed. In Bedrock Edition, snow is affected by gravity and falls if it becomes unsupported, and breaks if it falls onto an unsuitable block. A player can jump up 1 block and 3 snow layers.
Cover < edit>
If the snow is on a grass block (or mycelium or podzol in Java Edition) the ground cover turns white on the top and around the sides. Snow does not damage tilled and hydrated field areas – it cannot be placed on farmland. A gravity-affected block like sand or gravel does not fall if snow covers the block below it, but the gravity-affected block does replace a snow layer when falling onto it. The texture of the grass block changes to snowy when a single layer of snow is placed on top. Thicker layers of snow causes the grass block to revert to plain dirt when the block receives a random tick, similar to regular grass when covered by an opaque block. A plain dirt block with a single layer of snow on top gains a snowy texture if grass spreads to it.
In Bedrock Edition, if leaves are topped with a layer of snow, particles of snow appear to fall through the leaves from the snow layer.
In Bedrock Edition, snow layers can occupy the same space as one-block flowers, mushrooms, and one-block ferns and grass, (however two-block tall plants do not work) and can be layered and mined normally. Placing snow on already-existing plant blocks causes snow to appear around them, but placing plants into an area where there is snow removes the snow.
Snow layers can be used to kill nylium, a mechanic intentionally programmed into the game by Mojang.
Melting < edit>
Snow melts if there is a heat block
Most light sources can melt snow but some cannot.
Item Melt Melt Radius Beacon Yes 3 Campfire Yes 3 Soul Campfire No N/A Conduit Yes 3 Glowstone Yes 3 Jack o”Lantern Yes 3 Lantern Yes 3 Soul Lantern No N/A Lava Yes 3 Redstone Lamp Yes 3 Respawn Anchor 1/4 Charge No N/A Respawn Anchor 2/4 Charge No N/A Respawn Anchor 3/4 Charge No N/A Respawn Anchor 4/4 Charge Yes 3 1 Sea Pickle No N/A 2 Sea Pickles No N/A 3 Sea Pickles No N/A 4 Sea Pickles Yes 3 Shroomlight Yes 3 End Rod Yes 2 Torch Yes 2 Soul Torch No N/A Redstone Torch No N/A Ender Chest No N/A Furnace Yes 1 Blast Furnace Yes 1 Smoker Yes 1 Crying Obsidian No N/A Magma Block No N/A Brewing Stand No N/A Brown Mushroom No N/A Dragon Egg No N/A Redstone Ore No N/A End Portal Frame No N/A Fire Yes 3 Soul Fire No N/A Nether Portal No N/A Sea Lantern Yes 3
Foxes < edit>
When a fox gets stuck in the snow after missing an attack on prey, it emits particles as it emerges from the snow.
Sounds < edit>
SoundSubtitleSourceDescriptionNamespaced IDTranslation keyVolumePitchAttenuation
distance https://wtbblue.com/wiki/File:Snow_dig1.ogg https://wtbblue.com/wiki/File:Snow_dig2.ogg https://wtbblue.com/wiki/File:Snow_dig3.ogg https://wtbblue.com/wiki/File:Snow_dig4.ogg Block brokenBlocksOnce the block has brokenblock.snow.breaksubtitles.block.generic.break1.00.816 https://wtbblue.com/wiki/File:Snow_dig1.ogg https://wtbblue.com/wiki/File:Snow_dig2.ogg https://wtbblue.com/wiki/File:Snow_dig3.ogg https://wtbblue.com/wiki/File:Snow_dig4.ogg None[sound 1]BlocksFalling on the block with fall damageblock.snow.fallNone[sound 1]0.50.7516 https://wtbblue.com/wiki/File:Snow_dig1.ogg https://wtbblue.com/wiki/File:Snow_dig2.ogg https://wtbblue.com/wiki/File:Snow_dig3.ogg https://wtbblue.com/wiki/File:Snow_dig4.ogg Block breakingBlocksWhile the block is in the process of being brokenblock.snow.hitsubtitles.block.generic.hit0.250.516 https://wtbblue.com/wiki/File:Snow_dig1.ogg https://wtbblue.com/wiki/File:Snow_dig2.ogg https://wtbblue.com/wiki/File:Snow_dig3.ogg https://wtbblue.com/wiki/File:Snow_dig4.ogg Block placedBlocksWhen the block is placedblock.snow.placesubtitles.block.generic.place1.00.816 https://wtbblue.com/wiki/File:Snow_dig1.ogg https://wtbblue.com/wiki/File:Snow_dig2.ogg https://wtbblue.com/wiki/File:Snow_dig3.ogg https://wtbblue.com/wiki/File:Snow_dig4.ogg FootstepsBlocksWalking on the blockblock.snow.stepsubtitles.block.generic.footsteps0.151.016