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Every-Day Edit: Blizzards

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Activity Key

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A blizard is different from a snowstorm because blizzards have really strong wins that blow at over 35 miles per our. Blizzards don’t always produce a lot of snow, but blowing snow make it very hard to see. Blizzards can last for three hour or more. Severe blizzards have three qualities: winds over 45 Miles per hour pour visibility, and tempatures that are 10 degree or below.

Answer Key:

A blizzard is different from a snowstorm because blizzards have really strong winds that blow at over 35 miles per hour. Blizzards don’t always produce a lot of snow, but blowing snow makes it very hard to see. Blizzards can last for three hours or more. Severe blizzards have three qualities: winds over 45 miles per hour, poor visibility, and temperatures that are 10 degrees or below.

 

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