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[1.7.10] No-Snow Cold biome


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Currently having a problem with a custom biome - It is supposed to not have any weather at all, enableRain and enableSnow are both set to false, rainfall is set to 0.

However I'm still having snow appearing on the top level of the ground without any weather having occurred. Is there any way to prevent this happening while keeping a cold temperature, as I need to have water freezing as a mechanic in this biome.


Any advice would be appreciated

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I'd suggest you search vanilla for usage of Blocks.snow_layer, put a breakpoint on each of those lines, and find out which one is placing the undesired snow.  Then hunt back through the vanilla to find a way to stop it.


For example


            if (provider.canDoRainSnowIce(chunk) && this.rand.nextInt(16) == 0)
                this.updateLCG = this.updateLCG * 3 + 1013904223;
                i1 = this.updateLCG >> 2;
                j1 = i1 & 15;
                k1 = i1 >> 8 & 15;
                l1 = this.getPrecipitationHeight(j1 + k, k1 + l);

                if (this.isBlockFreezableNaturally(j1 + k, l1 - 1, k1 + l))
                    this.setBlock(j1 + k, l1 - 1, k1 + l, Blocks.ice);

                if (this.isRaining() && this.func_147478_e(j1 + k, l1, k1 + l, true))
                    this.setBlock(j1 + k, l1, k1 + l, Blocks.snow_layer);   // here





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