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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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.
He said, 'It's going to stay cold for the next week and there maybe the odd light snow flurry, but the worst of it is now coming to an end.
Another brief snow flurry was reported above Malibu about 1:15 p.
Haydock's clerk of the course Kirkland Tellwright said: "We've had one snow flurry and the temperature is now forecast to get a lot colder.