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a layer of snow on the ground.
the amount of an area that is covered by snow, usually given as a percentage of the total area.
the depth of snow on the ground.
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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Others, such as sea ice cover and
, are decreasing.
The areas of additional
together with its reflectivity, are if anything going to lower temperatures.
Sometimes rose canes are killed by tough winters, and this one had low temperatures and no
They have spent a long winter under
and they cannot be rushed.
The trails, which are used as bridle paths during warmer weather, are open to snowmobilers when
Despite its equatorial location, its forested slopes give way to glaciers and year-round
generally protects the lawn from winter cold.
If there is persistent
, the ground may freeze only a few inches deep.
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