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FC: Blizzards Mixook:) | BY: Shara Hickling
1: Definition: A blizzard combines below freezing temps. and very strong wind laden with blowing snow. | Can a blizzard be predicted? Yes they can be predicted, the prediction is 85% accurate. | Where are they most likely to form? Where an air mass is cold , dry.
2: How are blizzards formed? | Ice crystals fall from the sky leaving the cloud of precipitation and low pressure. | Damage a blizzard can do. | Frostbite to human tissue. Hypothermia | Can cause car damage!
3: Interesting Facts! Winds that reach up to 35 mph or higher. drop in temp. to 20f(-7c or lower.) | Tress over roads. | Can barley see across the landscape.
4: Historical blizzard storm in U.S. history. | Great blizzard of 1888 March 11 to March 14. Snow measured 40-50 inches. Took place in New York, Massachusetts, Connecticut , and New Jersey.
5: Safety Precautions?:) | While driving keeps all of your focus on the road and the others. | While doing winter activities stay focused on the landscape and you should always have a buddy in case one of you needs help. | In general keep an emergency kit in your house all of your cars. So where ever you are you have supplies to help you.