lake-effect storm

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A heavy localized snowstorm that can form on the downwind side of a large lake (such as the Great Lakes) in late autumn/fall and early winter, as cold, dry air picks up moisture and warmth from the unfrozen body of water.

Subjects: Environmental Science.

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