snow dust

snow dust

[′snō ‚dəst]
(meteorology)
Fine snow crystals fragmented or driven by the wind.
References in classic literature ?
I fancied I could see the snow dust of Chilcoot yet powdering his shoulders.
When the snow dust settles after a few minutes and visibility is restored, it becomes apparent that no real harm was done.
It stood, propped against the side of the back porch, tight and naked, gathering snow dust in its arms.
Today's dreamers can find places where gold, silver, turquoise, opals, quartz, fossils, hot springs and snow dust, and all variety of natural wonders created legends, even directions (and warnings) to the modern "Extraterrestrial Highway," that rolls past the massive, top-secret military base known mysteriously as "Area 51," where so many of America's awesome aerial weapons were developed and tested, and still are.
But everywhere around us, immaculate snow dusts the blue pine trees,
Snow dusts central Tokyo, no major traffic disruptions