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S: Blizzards

BC: this mix book is made by Zach Jorden

FC: bizzards by: zach j

1: To be a blizzard a snow storm has to have winds up to (35 mph) and blowing snow witch reduces visibility up to 1/4 mile!The 1972 Iran blizzard caused 4,000 deaths! Blizzards can paralyze people for days at a time! When clouds in the low pressure zone are filled with ice crystals, there is a chance of a major blizzard! A low pressure zone is when the atmosphere pressures at sea level!

2: Pennsylvania and Canada have a lot of blizzards!In Pennsylvania in the year of 1960 - 61 had a total of three major blizzards also in 1958 Pennsylvania had a very snowy period in the months of February and March! Severe storms occur in all regions of Canada and all seasons! Here you would never find a blizzard because it`s hot and dry you would find a blizzard in a cold and moist area!

4: Make sure that you have candles , matches or lighters , battery operated radio , and Emergency food supplies! You need the candles to give you light if your electricity goes out ! Also you need lots of blankets to keep you warm ! You need matches to light the candles ! You need a battery operated radio to hear whats going on with the weather the reason it is battery operated is so that if your electricity goes out well than it will still work because it takes batteries in stead of electricity!

5: credits! Zach.j EVERYTHING

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