How Do Blizzards Form?


There are three factors needed to make blizzards form. These factors include below freezing air to create snow; moisture required to create clouds and precipitation; and warm air that creates clouds and precipitation. When combined, blizzard like situations are created.
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Blizzards are characterized by temperatures below 20 degrees Fahrenheit, winds greater than 25 miles per hour and visibility reduced to less than .25 miles. They form in tight pressure gradients where very cold air meets warmer air.
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