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#7: 03-19-2013, 12:53 AM
 
 volodyalysak
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Well think this:
Parking lot temperature is probably much warmer than your car. Amount of snow that fallen on parking lot melts at first, and when parking lot reaches freezing temperature it begin to accumulate snow.
Your car made of thin metal, cools down real quick, so snow does not melt, so build up on the car starts almost immediately. Therefore you see a difference in amount of snow.

That is my explanation to it
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