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Transcript of Blizzards 101
Blizzards occur in many places, especially Canada. There are blizzards in The Rocky Mountains, prairies, and even sometimes Winnipeg! Don't forget America, there are tons of blizzards in New York, Rochester all the time! And of course there are a vast majority of blizzards in the North Pole.
Blizzards is the extreme weather that I chose and I'll be showing you how they're formed, where they are in the world, what weather conditions are needed to form blizzards, and random fun facts about blizzards, now let's get started shall we?
How Blizzards are Formed?
Step 1: Cold air is needed, (below zero) to form snow.
Step 2: You would need water vapor (moisture) to form clouds.
Step 3: And lastly you would need warm, rising air to CAUSE precipitation.
Where in The World Do They Occur?
Who Do Blizzards Affect?
Blizzards affect people who aren't prepared or people without wearing a jacket, because you could possibly die from hypothermia. Also people who drive a lot because there are whiteouts and people have less visibility driving, which can cause accidents.
Fun Facts About Blizzards!
-The Saskatchewan blizzard of 1945 was the worst recorded blizzard in Canadian history.
-In March, 1888 the United States was hit by a very destructive blizzard, dumping as much as 40-50 inches of snow in New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut. It was also titled as the World's Worst Blizzard!
This is an aftermath of a very desructive blizzard.