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Mother Nature creates snow rolls (6 pics)

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  • 15 May, 2009  |
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The snow rollers, some 2 feet high, were spotted near Craigmont, Idaho. A snow-covered icy field provided the perfect environment for a rare meteorological phenomenon known as snow rolls. The rolls are created during a snow storm by Mother Nature. The flurries fall on the icy field, making it impossible for the snow to stick. A small chunk of snow or debris is pushed along by the wind, and begins to build into a larger roll.

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1 Mother Nature creates snow rolls (6 pics)


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№1 Author: new_man (16 May 2009 12:05) Total user comments: 0


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that was pretty cool. This is one of nature wonder.
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№2 Author: ash666 (2 Aug 2009 06:23) Total user comments: 1856


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cool and cold
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№3 Author: adzhoe (7 May 2010 01:36) Total user comments: 14959


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Fluffy white ho hos!
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№4 Author: Spiro (7 Jul 2010 20:12) Total user comments: 717


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25 cool
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№5 Author: eleven (26 May 2011 19:16) Total user comments: 286


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thats cool 05
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