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In regions with regular high winds or heavy annual snowfall, avoid trees with weak or brittle wood.
There is considerable snowfall, and in the north snow remains on the ground for about half the year.
There's no doubt that large amounts of snowfall and record-low temperatures have made this a particularly brutal winter.
What followed was severe winters, record cold and snowfall.
It is possible that the writer did not account for the last winter snowfall.
Due to reduced snowfall in the mountains, both countries faced severe droughts, and their water reserves are dwindling.
However, as air temperatures warm, the amount of rain and snowfall also increases.
Or maybe you see an expanse of cedars bearing a snowfall, deer perusing the bark, and nuthatches hanging from a limb.
But until recently, a direct connection between airplanes, hole-punch clouds and snowfall was missing.
The first respectable snowfall of the season took place yesterday.
Precipitation, which includes rain and melted snow or sleet, and snowfall are in inches.
Precipitation, which includes rain and melted snow or sleet, and snowfall is in inches.
It is bursting back to life earlier too now, due to an ongoing drought that has reduced snowfall in the area.
But anytime you're in that range and there's been snowfall, the hazard is certainly present.
Snowfall happens when many individual snowflakes fall from the clouds.
Normally the highest part of a tropical glacier gains thickness from snowfall during the wet season, making up for melting below.
Ice cores are layered with successive deposits of snowfall and firn.
Up is as easy as down for nimble bighorn sheep, sprinting over steep slopes in a blur of early snowfall and their own speed.
Global warming is making the snowfall less predictable.
Winter came, and she would wander about after every snowfall, sometimes in the midst of a storm.
Warmer weather means more evaporation on the surface, so more moisture in clouds, and more snowfall.
In addition, increased warming will also result in a reduced level of snowfall, but more rain.
However, as air temperatures warm, the amount of rain and snowfall also increases.
He really rattled me a few weeks ago, when he tried to blame snowfall on warmer weather.
Out comes a cake with no fussing, little measuring, no flour snowfall.
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