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Presents blizzards as storms that form when cold, dry air contacts warm, moist air, or a lake allowing lots of precipitation to fall as snow.
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Science of a Blizzard
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Answers the question of what can transform a snowstorm into a blizzard and other characteristics of blizzards.
SCI.ESC.766 (Blizzards - Earth Science)
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