Blizzards, Extreme Cold and Heat. Submitted to: Mr. Halpin Submitted by: Stephanie Magri, Rosemary Hoang, Alexandria Zanotti Date: Monday, January 17, 2005.
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Extreme Cold and Heat
Submitted to: Mr. Halpin
Submitted by: Stephanie Magri, Rosemary Hoang, Alexandria Zanotti
Date: Monday, January 17, 2005
A blizzard is a severe storm with winds of 55km/h or greater, low temperatures, and blowing snow that reduces visibility to 0.2 km or less.
In January 1999 there was a blizzard that struck Toronto. There was large amounts of snow, and high winds, that caused Canada’s largest airport to shut down. That month’s snow removal bill cost $38 million.