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Extreme Arctic snowfall wiped out with animals and plants, study reveals

An extreme snowfall event last year in northeast Greenland resulted in a major reproductive failure, scientists claim. The Arctic was exposed to a large amount of snow in 2018, which did not melt until late summer. However, the scientists have observed that the Arctic is changing, and the region is experiencing both long-term warming and retreating snow cover. MONARCH BUTTERFLY …

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Study results show that the snowfall frequency in the northwest is decreasing

Credit: CC0 Public Domain According to a recent study by Portland State University, the average snowfall frequency is estimated to decrease by 2100 at warming temperatures in the Pacific Northwest – faster, if greenhouse gas emissions are not lowered. Researchers from the PSU's Climate Science Lab – postdoctoral fellow Arielle Catalano, geography professor and climate researcher Paul Loikith, and doctoral …

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A genius device of the first generation has generated power from snowfall

Scientists have developed a first-time device that generates electricity from nothing but the natural phenomenon of snowfall. Based on the principles of the triboelectric effect that generates electrical charge after two materials The researchers' new technology exploits the fact that snow particles carry a positive electrical charge. That's why snowflakes give up electrons, provided they have the ability to interact …

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The winters are only getting worse, so the researchers invented a way to generate electricity from snowfall

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Winter Storm Quiana Dumps Huge Snowfall on the Southwest (PHOTOS)

Winter Safety and Preparedness 1 of 66 A man, who decides to give his name, takes a picture of a small snowman at the "Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas" sign along the Las Vegas Strip, Thursday , Feb. 21, 2019, in Las Vegas. 1937. (AP Photo / John Locher) Winter storm Quiana hammered the Southwest with heavy snowfall Wednesday and …

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Seattle nearly reached its annual snowfall in one day

Another snow round met this week in Washington state, so officials had to bring people off the street and the governor declared a state of emergency. Nearly 20 million people in the northwest are under heavy storm on Saturday morning, with Seattle likely to drop one to two inches more snow, says CNN meteorologist Haley Brink. Seattle-Tacoma International Airport had …

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Snowfall in Seattle: Friday brings a potentially violent storm with it

Officially, Sea Tac Airport, which is only about 400 feet above sea level, received a storm totaling 2.7 inches of snow. But Monday's storm may soon seem like a feather duster after a blizzard made the region even bigger from Friday to Saturday. Some of the predictive models show "potentially crippling snowfall for Seattle, Everett, (and the Tacoma area westward …

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Updates: Winter weather recommendation for light snowfall tonight

* Winterwetterberatung Tonight and Tonight except in Southeastern Territories * 10:45 am – Winterweather consultation extended to immediate subway area The National Weather Service extended the winterweather consultancy from the southeast into the immediate area of ​​Washington, including all areas around Interstate 95 and to the north and west, including all the counties of Fairfax, Montgomery, Prince William, and Prince …

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Heavy snowfall in the north, rain in the south possible

While the forecast for skiers and snowmobiles is good news, the storm could cause headaches at least until Thursday night, before the snow subsides and ends until Friday morning. The National Meteorological Service in Duluth said its total range of northeastern Minnesota and northwestern Wisconsin should be at least 4 to 8 inches of snow. It is expected that a …

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