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snowstorm

noun as in snow

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noun as in storm

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The setup for a snowstorm is far from perfect in Washington.

The forecast for the snowstorm that is finally ending across the Washington region was about as complicated as it gets.

The snowstorm delayed the long-awaited start to in-person classes Monday in the District.

For us to get a really big snowstorm would require a secondary low pressure system to develop to our southeast and track up the Mid-Atlantic coast while strengthening rapidly.

“These big snowstorms are pretty rare, so it’s difficult to really determine if we’re seeing any change in how often they occur and how strong they are,” Robinson says.

A remarkable snowstorm plowed through Buffalo, New York on Tuesday.

Overall, the film moves along with the pace of a worsening snowstorm.

Here are the 10 steps of (maybe) surviving a major snowstorm.

And after that when, driving in the middle of the night and in a snowstorm, he swerves to avoid a sudden figure in the road.

When snowstorm Nemo hit New York Fashion Week, Uggs were spotted on the feet of fashion trendsetters.

There he and Old Man Winter sit and smoke, and lay their plans for the next snowstorm.

The Pilgrims now continued their explorations in the midst of a driving snowstorm.

At one point we had been shut in for several days by a snowstorm, and all the rivers were unusually high.

Unfortunately when we came over the Jelep La in October it was in a heavy snowstorm which made collecting impossible.

If the heroine were turned out into a driving snowstorm and stayed there, I might appreciate our janitor.

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On this page you'll find 24 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to snowstorm, such as: blizzard, firn, and graupel.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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