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1994 Christmas Nor'Easter
Transcript of 1994 Christmas Nor'Easter
common in winter months 1994 Christmas Nor'easter
By: Jacob Farabaugh
and Alex Chacko
Pd. 4 Science Most nor'easters hit along the east coast of North America and Atlantic Canada. Where does the name come from? Nor'easters get their names from the north easterly winds that blow them ashore. Much of the east coast experienced high winds, coastal flooding, and beach erosion. Difference between nor'easters and hurricanes Nor'easters... span thousands of miles last much longer Occur more often Cause billions of dollars of damage Bibliography "What's a Nor'easter?" HowStuffWorks. N.p., n.d. Web. 12 Feb. 2013.
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"Hot: The Christmas 1994 Nor'Easter." : The Christmas 1994 Nor'easter. N.p., 24 Dec. 2009. Web. 12 Feb. 2013. Hurricanes... have a diameter of approximately 300 miles are faster moving are less frequent cause less damage than nor'easters because they move over an area faster. Thank You