snowfall


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snowfall

1. a fall of snow
2. Meteorol the amount of snow received in a specified place and time

snowfall

[′snō‚fȯl]
(meteorology)
The rate at which snow falls; in surface weather observations, this is usually expressed as inches of snow depth per 6-hour period.
A snow storm.
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On March 18, 2017, a sudden heavy snowfall at this location had led to launch of a massive rescue effort by the army where a total of 127 civilians were rescued.
Cold winds with snowfall and rain have rapidly decreased the temperature below zero Celsius forced citizens to wear warm clothes.
Rain-thunderstorm with snowfall over the hills is is expected at scattered places in Punjab, Islamabad, Gilgit-Baltistan, Kashmir from Monday to Wednesday.
Snowfall Technologies announced its formal launch last month as a privately-held company that offers omni-channel technology solutions.
then it is not crucial to include a detailed description of snowflake aspect ratio and orientation in the analysis of snowfall radar observations," Gergely says.
Var of people walking under snowfall with their umbrella
the greatest reductions in snowfall will occur along the northeast coast, in the mountainous west and in the Pacific Northwest.
Although snowfall in Bulgaria's high mountains creates hazardous avalanche conditions every year, the situation in 2012 is out of the ordinary, stressed Rusev in an interview for the Focus Information Agency.
The snowfall starting on Saturday evening was still continuing, resulting in closure of 95 percent of business centres and government offices in Ghazni City, with traffic staying off roads.
The highway between central Anatolian province of Afyonkarahisar and capital Ankara was closed to traffic on Wednesday due to snowfall and blizzard.
Climate models for the region suggest that accumulated snowfall caused the gains, says Davis.
Locations in this band recorded 9 to 13 inches of snowfall.