yellow snow

yellow snow

[′yel·ō ′snō]
(hydrology)
Snow with a golden or yellow appearance because of the presence of pine or cypress pollen.
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Forecasters on Wednesday triggered a yellow snow and ice warning for tonight and tomorrow morning.
Yellow snow and ice warnings have been issued by the Met Office as temperatures plummet, with bitter blasts and the potential for up to 2in of snow in some parts and 7.
How far they'll be let off the leash on this occasion is the yellow snow in our garden of delight - but the stats in the book say "pish" to the doubters.
That's what you call a yellow snow warning As well as humour the cold has prompted heart-warming tales of NHS staff and carers ensuring they get to work, and the help the emergency services and ordinary people with 4x4s are giving them to do so.
I have not a clue what an amber warning is, but my parents warned me about yellow snow.
But responding a Met Office spokesman who replied: "Hi, Liverpool was under the huge yellow snow and ice warning for the northwest, with ice being the main hazard for coastal areas.
Yellow snow warnings have been issued for vast swathes of southern, central, and northern England, Northern Ireland and Wales - in place for most of Thursday.
Strong winds will lead to drifting of snow and severe wind chill, while lightning could be an additional hazard (-3c, feeling like -10c) | Tomorrow: Yellow snow warning for 24 hours, with an added Amber warning of Snow and Ice between 2pm and midnight.
A yellow snow warning has been issued from midnight tomorrow, with up to 10cm of snow predicted to fall across Greater Manchester.
WE'VE always been told not to eat yellow snow, but now Severn Trent are warning homeowners about blue tap water.
It's late morning when I step back into the cold of the porch and walk out; out past the Christmas tree on the ground and Bump's yellow snow a few feet off.