What is called when you are block in by heavy snow?
Snowbound or snowed in.
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Table A-9 Intensity of Snow or Drizzle Based on Visibility Intensity Criteria Light Visibility >1/2 mile. Moderate Visibility >1/4 mile but < or = 1/2 mile. Heavy Visibil…ity < or = 1/4 mile.. This is from the dept of atmospheric sciences at Texas A&M.. The following website describes the criteria for an "aviation routine weather report". http://www.met.tamu.edu/class/METAR/metar-pg9-ww.html
An "anvil" is a piece of iron that blacksmiths used to hammer swords, if it is what you mean...
When schools or services close due to unusually heavy snow, it isoften called a snow day.
It depends on the density of snow, the higher the moisture content of the air, the heavier the snow will be. Think wet snow. But usually for the "light fluffy stuff" its 5-7 p…ounds per cubic foot. For example: You have a 20 foot long sidewalk, that's 3 feet wide. With 6 inches of snow fall its roughly 180 pounds.
depends on where you are
No its summer
It depends on many factors, such as the temperature of the air, the temperature of the different surfaces, the time of day, and the time of year/latitude which affects sun ang…le.
when their is a foot of snow
temp. of the air, and the differrent temp. in substances.(:
it just kind of happens. your body does it all on their own.
In Snow and Ice
It may do. Everything says it will
Snowbound is when you are blocked in by heavy snow.
The major result of heavy rains or melting snow and ice is