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Reading Level
     edHelper's suggested reading level:   grades 2 to 4
     Flesch-Kincaid grade level:   2.94

Vocabulary
     challenging words:    landscape, snowstorm, extreme, might, mass, meets, winds, kinds, bury, blizzard, land, strong, people, dangerous, flat, hour


What's a Blizzard?
By Cindy Grigg
  

1     You might say that a blizzard is an extreme snowstorm. A blizzard may bring lots of snow. It may have very strong winds of thirty-five miles per hour or more. It may bring very cold air. A blizzard blows so much snow that it makes it hard to see very far. Blizzards last for three hours or more. A blizzard happens when two kinds of air masses meet that have extreme differences. A very low pressure air mass meets a very high pressure air mass. Then extreme things happen! Blizzards can bury fences and cars under snow. It can be very dangerous to be outside in a blizzard. People can get lost in the blinding white landscape. They can get very cold. A ground blizzard may happen even when it is not snowing. When there is snow on the .....
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