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On a snowy day, prop some cardboard sheets upright on old
snow. Set the sheets so that they face in different
directions. When it stops snowing, examine the distribution
of the snow around each sheet. Describe where the drifting
takes place.

On the basis of your observations, how would you place a snow
fence if you wanted to keep snow from a walkway?

Those of us who live in places where it doesn't snow much
(if at all) will have precious little to observe if we are
watching for snowdrifts. However, we can put our brains to
work and figure out stuff about snowdrifts and snow fences.

You decide: would snow pile up on the windward side or the
leeward side of a structure?

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