snow cloud

snow cloud

[′snō ‚klau̇d]
(meteorology)
A popular term for any cloud from which snow falls.
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It seemingly had driven the snow clouds from us, for with only occasional bursts, the snow fell.
So there we go, every snow cloud does have a silver lining.
They rise upward above the rest of the flat snow cloud by about 5,000 feet.
Caption: Opposite top: Mint Baby Cloud Bundle, Tessa Eastman Opposite Bottom: Spider, Malene Hartmann Rasmussen Top: Snow Cloud, Tessa Eastman Left: Squirrel Gun, Malene Hartmann Rasmussen
Never drive into a snow cloud -- it can conceal vehicles or hazards.
When a supercooled layer exists beneath a snow cloud, supercooled water will contact the snowflakes and produce a heavy, rimed coating.
Earlier in the afternoon Snow Cloud is rated the one to beat in the Market Cross Jewellers Maiden Auction Stakes.
The pedestrian caught his breath and began to look timorously out into the snow cloud ahead .
Clumps of strap-like leaves rise to stout stems crowned with large rounded heads of blue flowers often ageing to purple or alternatively its white partners Albidus or Snow Cloud.
Snow Cloud cannot run as fast as the other children and is often left behind.
Quaking like a wind-blown aspen leaf, I stared at the snow cloud drifting back to earth.
The looming battle between the league's owners and players over a new collective-bargaining agreement is a snow cloud over this frigid city and is only expected to get worse.