The flakes of snow covered
her long fair hair, which fell in beautiful curls around her neck; but of that, of course, she never once now thought.
"Spring has forgotten this garden," they cried, "so we will live here all the year round." The Snow covered
up the grass with her great white cloak, and the Frost painted all the trees silver.
Every winter the liquid and trembling surface of the pond, which was so sensitive to every breath, and reflected every light and shadow, becomes solid to the depth of a foot or a foot and a half, so that it will support the heaviest teams, and perchance the snow covers
it to an equal depth, and it is not to be distinguished from any level field.
This report presents descriptions of conditions including temperatures, snowfall, snow cover
, and storms during December 2009-February 2010.
For further information on snow cover
, wind conditions and facilities, contact the Mountain Rescue Service at www.pss.bg or call 02 963 2000, 1471 for Vivatel Mtel operators or the international emergency hot line at 112.
In the town of Erimo, Hokkaido, the snow cover
reached more than 115 centimeters to make it one of Hokkaido's four observation points that set a new record for January, while heavy snow stranded about 30 cars on a national road Tuesday night in Erimo, forcing 111 people to evacuate from the vehicles and 84 of them to spend the night at nearby public halls.
YESTERDAY afternoon's fixture at Newcastle was abandoned due to a combination of waterlogging and snow cover
7) are used for a classification of the snow cover
The index records 3,804m of snow cover
so far, compared with a low of 6,014m (1998) and a high of 17,102m (1996).
A previous study (Tompkins et al., 2000) demonstrated that it is important to maintain a snow cover
on putting greens to maintain dormancy for as long as possible.
It is expected that winter tourism and alpine ecosystems will need to adjust to significant reductions in depth, duration and height of the regular snow cover
in the Australian Alps because of climate change.
Kukla of Columbia University's Lamont-Doherty Geological Observatory and his wife Helena analyzed satellite weather data for the Northern Hemisphere, they found that the area of the ice and snow cover
had suddenly increased by 12% in 1971 and the increase has persisted ever since.