SNOW STORM SOUNDS and FIREPLACE SOUND EFFECT, Blizzard, Winter Storm, Snowstorm Fireplace Noise

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SNOW STORM SOUNDS and FIREPLACE SOUND EFFECT, Blizzard, Winter Storm, Snowstorm Fireplace Noise 8 Hours. For sleeping, relaxation, meditation, yoga, studying, baby sleep, concentration, spa and massage. Relaxing winter sounds for sleep. 8 Hours of long cold relaxing winter snowstorm and blizzard sounds in a forest in front of a warm fireplace. You can hear the snow storm rustling through the leaves in a forest. The soundscape of a heavy snowstorm and blizzard will help you to calm your mind, concentrate, relax, fall asleep, focus better while you study or while you're working, block out background noise such as music, phones, conversations, chatter, noise, traffic, pets, and neighbors. It can also work wonder as a soothing sound for babies to sleep or as a spa / massage sound. It will also help you if you have insomnia, tinnitus or have sleep deprivation. Use headphones for best results. There is no music in this video, only sounds for sleeping. Check out my other sleep videos for a peace of mind and inner peace! Good night! :) - - - - - - - - - - - If you like snow sounds, you might also be interested in other snow sounds: - - - - - - - - - - - Please like, subscribe and comment if you enjoyed this video. It will really help me out a lot. I release new relaxing videos every week! Follow me on: Facebook: Twitter: Pinterest: - - - - - - - - - - - Photo is public domain by Sounds are public domain and remixed by me. - - - - - - - - - - - Snow Storm Sounds und Kamin Soundeffekt, Schneesturm, Wintersturm, Kamin Brennen Rausch 8 Stunden. Tempête de neige Sons et cheminée Sound Effect, Blizzard, de tempête hivernale, cheminée feu de bruit 8 heures. Sneeuw Storm Sounds en open haard Sound Effect, Blizzard, Winter Storm, Open haard Branden Noise 8 Hours. Snow Storm Suoni e camino Sound Effect, Blizzard, la tempesta invernale, Camino Bruciare Noise 8 ore. Snö Storm Ljud och öppen spis Ljud Effekt, Vinter Storm, Eldstad brinnande ljud 8 timmar. - - - - - - - - - - - Snowstorms are storms where large amounts of snow fall. Snow is less dense than liquid water, by a factor of approximately 10 at temperatures slightly below freezing, and even more at much colder temperatures. Therefore, an amount of water that would produce 0.8 in (20 mm) of rain could produce at least 8 in (20 cm) of snow. Two inches (5 cm) of snow is enough to create serious disruptions to traffic and school transport. A massive snowstorm with strong winds and other conditions meeting certain criteria is known as a blizzard. A large number of heavy snowstorms, some of which were blizzards, occurred in the United States during 1888 and 1947 as well as the early and mid-1990s. The snowfall of 1947 exceeded 2 feet (61 cm) with drifts and snow piles from plowing that reached 12 feet (3.7 m) and for months, temperatures did not rise high enough to melt the snow. The 1993 "Superstorm" was manifest as a blizzard in most of the affected area. Large snowstorms could be quite dangerous: a 6 in (15 cm) snowstorm will make some unplowed roads impassable, and it is possible for automobiles to get stuck in the snow. Snowstorms exceeding 12 in (30 cm) especially in southern or generally warm climates will cave the roofs of some homes and cause the loss of electricity. A fireplace is an architectural structure designed to contain a fire. Fireplaces are used at the present time mostly for the relaxing ambiance they create. Historically they were used for the practical purposes of heating, cooking, and heating water for laundry and domestic uses. A fire is contained in a firebox or firepit; a chimney or other flue allows exhaust to escape. A fireplace may have: a foundation; a hearth; a firebox; a mantelpiece; a chimney crane, used in kitchen and laundry fireplaces; a grate; a lintel; a lintel bar; overmantel; a damper; a smoke chamber; a throat; a flue. On the exterior there is often a corbeled brick crown; the projecting courses of brick act as a drip course to keep rainwater from running down the exterior walls. Source (Wikipedia): Source (Wikipedia): CC BY-SA 3.0 (.
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