spring snow


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spring snow

[′spriŋ ′snō]
(hydrology)
A coarse, granular snow formed during spring by alternate freezing and thawing. Also known as corn snow.
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I have heard snow referred to as "poor mans nitrogen" and spring snow is considered by some older gardeners to be good for the soil.
As previously disclosed, the mine experienced a drier than normal spring and summer during 2017 with a limited amount of spring snow melt.
When he finds a large concentration of staging spring snow geese, he hunts it immediately.
Oscar-winner Winslet and Golden Globe-winner Elba don't have a great deal to work with, but both actors threaten to melt the 10 inches of spring snow with their lustful glances.
Oscar winner Winslet and Golden Globe winner Elba don't have a great deal to work with, but both actors threaten to melt the 10 inches of spring snow with their lustful glances and heartfelt delivery of corny dialogue.
Amid the spring snow on Brooklyn Bridge, he vowed to marry her.
3 degrees since 1900 and spring snow cover was at its lowest level ever, falling to less than 1.
That all changed last February as Ducks Unlimited extended an invitation to its annual spring snow goose hunt for members of the media.
From the publisher: Spring snow still clings to the teeth of Montana's Crazy Mountains when an unsuspecting member of the Madison River Liars and Fly Tiers Club discovers a Santa hat in the fireplace ashes in his rented cabin.
The annual Spring Snow Festival takes place in late April while the legendary Top of the Mountain concerts at the start and end of the season have attracted stars such as Robbie Williams, Elton John and Kylie Minogue.
A late spring snow, against which I've tented the tomatoes,
Late spring snow, frosts, cold weather and pouring rain have all hit the numbers of red grouse breeding in our uplands.