Blizzards. Blizzards are mounds
of snow piled up on top of each other, cars, houses, and roads. They
can be measured up to 30 feet. The winds of blizzards are over 35 mph. Visibility
is almost zero due to blowing snow. These storms usually record temperatures
below 20 degrees Fahrenheit.
Season and Range:
can occur anytime
between late fall and early spring.
How do Blizzards Form:
Snowstorms begin when
colder air meets when warmer air and begin to twist. For the snow to actually
form and fall from the clouds, some type of precipitation must be present
in the clouds. There also needs to be a combination of freezing temps, and
When a Blizzard comes through your town
go immediately indoors for your own safety or you might get an ailment
such as frost bite.
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