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.
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So, Violet and Peony, as I began with saying, besought their mother to let them run out and play in the new snow; for, though it had looked so dreary and dismal, drifting downward out of the gray sky, it had a very cheerful aspect, now that the sun was shining on it.
"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.
Last August, tire manufacturer Nokian and Valtra set a new snow removal record on an unmanned tractor.
Site investigators at the site of the new Snow Centre at Hudson Quay KATIE LUNN
The most plentiful is the snowfall of the Petrohan and Troyanski Passes, where the fallen new snow is about 10 cm.
Mr Taylor could not even open the door of his car the next day because so much new snow had fallen in the wilderness outside the city of Bend.
THE Welsh Mountain Zoo has won the right to build a new snow leopard enclosure despite planning officers trying to thwart the bid.
The Community Collaborative Rain, Hail and Snow Network is reporting Algonquin has received about 1.2-inches of new snow and Geneva picked up 2.5-inches overnight.

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