Blizzard: Causes, Effects and Interesting Facts

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What is a Blizzard? A blizzard is an extreme snowstorm followed by a very strong and constant wind which last three hours or more. Difference between snowstorms and blizzards is in the power of the wind. The speed of the wind that can cause a blizzard is at least 35 mph (56 km/h). The result … Read more

What is Precipitation and What are Different Types of Precipitation?

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What is Precipitation? Precipitation is the falling of water from the sky in different forms. They all form from the clouds which are raised about 8 to 16 kilometers (4 to 11 miles) above the ground in the earth’s troposphere. Precipitation takes place whenever any or all forms of water particles fall from these high … Read more