Drifts

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Drifts are normally used when referring to snow or sand particles are deposited behind obstacles or irregularities of the surface or driven into piles by the wind. A snowdrift is a deposit of snow sculpted by wind into a mound during a snowstorm.
Drifts are normally used when referring to snow or sand particles are deposited behind obstacles or irregularities of the surface or driven into piles by the wind. A snowdrift is a deposit of snow sculpted by wind into a mound during a snowstorm.

A snowdrift is a deposit of snow sculpted by wind into a mound during a snowstorm. Drifts are normally used when referring to snow or sand particles are deposited behind obstacles or irregularities of the surface or driven into piles by the wind.


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