new snow

new snow

[′nü ′snō]
(meteorology)
Fallen snow whose original crystalline structure has been retained and is therefore recognizable.
Snow which has fallen in a single day.
References in classic literature ?
Yes, Violet,--yes, my little Peony," said their kind mother, "you may go out and play in the new snow.
So thought the mother; and thought, likewise, that the new snow, just fallen from heaven, would be excellent material to make new beings of, if it were not so very cold.
Still, however, through all that bright, blinding dazzle of the sun and the new snow, she beheld a small white figure in the garden, that seemed to have a wonderful deal of human likeness about it.
Holcomb and Merle at the "haunted house" a new snow had fallen to a depth of several inches upon the old.
There was an inch of new snow on the ground, and I seen somebody's tracks.
Purpose of new snow blowers is the snow removal on infrastructure areas in buildings of VBS.
Rail operators have new snow and ice clearing machines, and airports have bought snow clearing equipment, runway sweepers, de-icers and improved forecasting gear.
The National Weather Service released projections Tuesday showing a Thursday storm system could bring 3 to 4 inches of new snow to northern and western parts of Central Massachusetts.
BIRMINGHAM and the Black Country is facing a new snow alert with substantial falls expected in the region overnight.
The Oregon Department of Transportation on Sunday reported new snow of 4 inches at Santiam Pass and 5 inches at Willamette Pass.
Whether it's putting new snow tires on a vehicle, ensuring that fluids are topped off, or searching for a new, weather-appropriate car, Great West Chrysler's aim is to make sure every Edmonton driver is prepared.
Some areas of New York state along the Great Lakes had around 2 feet (60cm) of new snow on Thursday on top of accumulations as deep as 5 feet from earlier in the week.