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In areas with trees

Posted 31-12-2019 at 05:25 AM by escortsaffair
In areas with trees, utility distribution lines on poles are less susceptible to snow loads than they are subject to damage from trees falling on them, felled by heavy, wet snow.[83] Elsewhere, snow can accrete on power lines as "sleeves" of rime ice. Engineers design for such loads, which are measured in kg/m (lb/ft) and power companies have forecasting systems that anticipate types of weather that may cause such accretions. Rime ice may be removed manually or by creating a sufficient short circuit in the affected segment of power lines to melt the accretions

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Snow develops

Posted 12-12-2019 at 10:30 PM by marsillpost
Snow develops in clouds that themselves are part of a larger weather system. The physics of snow crystal development in clouds results from a complex set of variables that include moisture content and temperatures. The resulting shapes of the falling [URL=""]liverpool escorts[/URL] and fallen crystals can be classified into a number of basic shapes and combinations, thereof. Occasionally, some plate-like, dendritic and stellar-shaped snowflakes can form under clear sky with a very cold temperature inversion present
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Molurus Molurus collection

Posted 08-12-2019 at 12:22 PM by IanArcher
I have been keeping Molurus Molurus for a few years and now am retiring. I have a large female which I bought and is registered in my name, and smaller snakes, three of which were hatched with me. Anyone interested? Ian
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