Drifting Snow

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-[[Snow]] particles blown from the ground by the wind to a height of less than 2.0 meters / six feet.+[[Image:Snow drift.jpg|'''[[Snow]]''' Drift is snow particles blown from the ground by the '''[[wind]]''' to a height of less than 2.0 meters / six feet.|thumb|400px]]
 +'''[[Snow]]''' particles blown from the ground by the '''[[wind]]''' to a height of less than 2.0 meters / six feet.
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 +== '''Also See''' ==
 +*'''[[Snow Cornice]]'''
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-Return to [[Working with Snow]], [[Freestyle Skiing]]+Return to '''[[Snow and Weather Glossary]]''', '''[[Working with Snow]]''', '''[[Freestyle Skiing]]'''
[[Category:Freestyle Glossary]][[Category:Working with Snow and the Weather]][[Category:Weather]][[Category:Snow]][[Category:Freestyle Course Preparation]] [[Category:Freestyle Glossary]][[Category:Working with Snow and the Weather]][[Category:Weather]][[Category:Snow]][[Category:Freestyle Course Preparation]]

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Snow Drift is snow particles blown from the ground by the wind to a height of less than 2.0 meters / six feet.
Snow Drift is snow particles blown from the ground by the wind to a height of less than 2.0 meters / six feet.

Snow particles blown from the ground by the wind to a height of less than 2.0 meters / six feet.


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Return to Snow and Weather Glossary, Working with Snow, Freestyle Skiing

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