snow flurry


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snow flurry

[′snō ‚flər·ē]
(meteorology)
Popular term for snow shower, particularly of a very light and brief nature.

snow flurry

A very light and brief shower of snow.
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A car rolled on to its side on the M25, between junctions 23 and 22 near St Albans, during a heavy snow flurry, while in Cheshire the M56 between junctions 10 and 11 near Warrington was closed in both directions due to sheet ice and a series of crashes created treacherous driving conditions.
We've had no reports of problems as yet despite the occasional snow flurry.
Steve Jackson, of the city's Bablake weather station, was predicting the odd snow flurry today and the possibility of sleet or snow tomorrow especially on higher ground.
But it is offering much shorter odds of 3-1 on a white Christmas in London because a snow flurry is predicted there on Boxing Day.