extremely cold winters

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  • The village has an extremely cold winter with a cool and mild summer. ...
  • It was in the midst of an extremely cold winter, and the ground was covered with snow. ...
  • However, the high desert country around Fort Rock has hot, dry summers and extremely cold winters. ...
  • They do this to conserve energy during extremely cold winters. ...
  • Due to extremely cold winters and subsequent heavy snows, the area is considered largely uninhabitable during the winter. ...
  • The park, which is bigger than the nation of Switzerland, has long, extremely cold winters and a short summer season. ...
  • The island is part of the tundra world biome, which has extremely cold winters. ...
  • After James Sharples's death of heart trouble during an extremely cold winter in 1811, the family returned to England. ...
  • Ambler has a subarctic climate with long, extremely cold winters and short, warm summers.
  • Deforestation in Russia is particularly damaging as the forests have a short growing season due to extremely cold winters and therefore will take longer to recover. ...
  • During extremely cold winters, areas of the river have frozen solid, causing the river to overflow its banks and flood the canyon floor. ...
  • In the early part of the century thousands of tourists would venture out onto the ice bridge that forms in the pool at the base of the falls during extremely cold winters. ...
  • The entire gulf is in the Arctic tundra climate region, characterized by extremely cold winters. ...
  • The climate is continental, with extremely cold winters. ...
  • Claviceps purpurea has been known to mankind for a long time, and its appearance has been linked to extremely cold winters that were followed by rainy springs. ...
  • Mankind has known about Claviceps purpurea for a long time, and its appearance has been linked to extremely cold winters that were followed by rainy summers. ...
  • Due to Svaneti's close proximity to the Black Sea, the region is spared from the extremely cold winter temperatures that are characteristic of high mountains. ...
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