This laboratory exercise analyzes the Blizzard of 1993. In this lab students plot the location of the low pressure center over the course of the blizzard and they draw snowfall isolines on a map of the eastern United States. Students will make predictions as to where the most snow fell and analyze these predictions afterward. This is a great activity to refresh mapping skills, as well as put weather forecasting into context.
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