NEWS AND NOTES tain Sports instructed students on ho w to dress for the cold. Tips in- clude d layering clothes to keep war m and dressing in fleece. They warne d on the dangers of down, pointing out that when it gets wet, it acts like a cold sponge. The hour-lon g course wasn't all about warnings, as Allhouse gave som e tips on having fun in the snow. A cross-country skier, she invite d students for a ski lesson over winter break. "If you learn to play in the snow, you will love the snow," she told the students. Heman t Padmanabhan, from souther n India, was in fact looking Whil e these University of Buffalo students know how to have fun in the forward to his first glimpse of snow snow, some students fro m hotter climates may need direction in facing and thinking of strappin g on a pair Buffalo's notorious winters . Th e university provides a crash course in win- of skis. "Where I come from you te r survival for those who have never experienced snow and th e chal- lenges that arise with great quantities of it. have three seasons: hot
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Feb 1, 2002
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