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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 History of The Great Blizzard in 1888 Temperatures in the North East hovered in the mid-50's.But,on March 11th,cold arctic air from Canada collided with Gulf air from the South and temperatures started to plunge. Blizzard How blizzards form For a blizzard to form warm air must rise over cold air.There are 2 ways that this may happen winds pull cold air toward the equator .When warm air and cold air are brought togather,a front is formed and precipitation. Flashlight and extra batteries.Battery-powered radio.Extra food and bottled water. High energy food, such as dried fruit or candy, and canned.Manual can opener.Extra medicine and baby items.First-aid supplies.Heating fuel. Fuel carriers may not reach you for days after a severe winter storm.Back-up heating source, such as a fireplace, wood stove, space heater, etc. Things you need: Facts: -A blizzard can kill up to 400 people after dumping 40-50 inches of snow.-There're 2 different types of blizzards.-Severe blizzard: winds over 45 mph, temperatures at 10'f or lower, near zero visibility.-Ground blizzard: no falling snow, snow from the ground is blown by the strong winds.-Blizzards also create a wind chill effect that can be dangerous.- blizzard is a severe snowstorm that usually has very cold temperatures and high winds. -These two conditions create blowing snow. Statistics -25 percent of deaths are due to ice and snow.-28 deaths related to winter-weather hazards happen a year-About 3 blizzards happen a year
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