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Last

week, we heard a lot about lake effect snows in the Midwest. This happens a lot in the fall and winter

when cold air moves in over warm waters. Because the water is warm, there is an abundance of rising

water vapor. This warm vapor mixes with the invading cold air and adds additional snow to the

downwind cities. The cities that are east of the Great Lakes can receive incredible amounts of snow. In

fact, they are called the snow belt of the United States.

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