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Snow :: Snow & weather/atmosphere :: Fall/shower of snow/sleet View Visualisation

Brak/Brack/Brake/Braik/Breck/Brick Search Source: SND
A fall of snow or rain.

Bullet(s)/Bullat(s)/Boolad(s)/Billet(s) Search Source: SND
A shower of hail or frozen snow.

Bullety rain Search Source: SND
A shower of hail or frozen snow.

Dry shoo(e)r Search Source: SND
A shower of snow.

Easticks Search Source: SND
Sleety clouds or sleety showers.

Fite-shower Search Source: SND (supp)
A snow-shower.

Flaw Search Source: SND
A fall of snow.

Flist Search Source: SND
A keen blast or shower accompanied with a squall, a flying shower of snow.

Frog Search Source: SND
A flying shower of snow or sleet.

Outfa Search Source: SND
A fall of rain, sleet, or snow.

Raff Search Source: SND
A short sharp shower of rain or snow, accompanied by gusts of wind, a driving shower.

S(c)hour Search Source: DOST
A downfall (of hail or rain, also of snow or sleet); a light fall of, chiefly, rain.

Scudder Search Source: SND
A driving shower of rain or snow, a cold rainy blast.

Snaw Search Source: DOST
Without the article: A fall of snow, a period of snowfall.

Snaw/Snawis Search Source: DOST
With the indef. art. and pl. a. A fall of snow.

Spleiter Search Source: SND
A wind-driven shower of rain, snow, etc.

Storm(e) Search Source: DOST
May refer to snowfall or a spell of hard weather with snow and frost.

Storm(e) Search Source: DOST
(A spell of) snow and ice.

Tirl Search Source: SND
A short spell of activity in gen.: of weather, esp. a breeze, a flurry of wind, snow, etc.

White drap Search Source: SND
A snowfall.

White shower Search Source: SND
A shower of snow.

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