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Blizzards By :Tyler, Haylea and Alex
What is a Blizzard? A Blizzard is a snowstorm with very strong winds.
How is a Blizzard formed? A Blizzard is formed by warm wet air and cold dry air combined together.
What other parts of the world experience this type of weather? Blizzards are common in Canada, north central United States, Northern Europe, polar region and mountains.
How dangerous are Blizzards? A Blizzard is so dangerous they can knock over a barn because of there very strong winds.
What should you do to be prepared for a Blizzard? You need very warm clothes because it can get very cold in a Blizzard and a shovel so you get out of your house.
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