blizzards

To create a blizzard a warm front has to rise over a cold front. Winds pull the cold fronts to the equator from the poles and bring warm fronts to the polls from the equator. It has to be cold in the sky and on the ground for the snow to from other wise if it is cold in the sky and warm on the ground the snow will melt and turn into rain or freezing rain. There has to be moisture in the air. The wind has to be 35 mph.

Sunday march 11, 1888. A really big blizzard happened that lasted two days in eastern united states. Some places receiving snow drifts as high as 50 inches. It knocked down telephone poles and electricity poles. There wasn't very much food because everyday fresh foods would be brought in but they couldn't bring it in because the snow. None could talk to other people because all of the phones were not working. The great blizzard of 1993. It affected areas in the Appalachian region and gave them more than 3.5 feet of snow. It resulted in a complete shutdown in the south region for three days.

Blizzards can cause hypothermia and frostbit. They can cause property damage to. People can get trapped in their houses because of the snow or it is to dangerous to go outside. Schools get canceled and so do people's jobs. The snow  can cover your house and it can cover your car.

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