Snow :: Snow & weather/atmosphere :: Fall/shower of snow/sleet :: Heavy fall of snow/sleet; snowstorm/blizzard :: Specific snowstorm/snowfall View Visualisation
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Peesweep storm Source: SND
A gale or snowstorm in the early spring, about the time the lapwings begin to pair.
Pock-shakkins/pock-shakkins/Poke-shakings Source: SND
The last snowfall of the winter, the end of the bad weather.
St Causlan's flaw Source: SND
A snowstorm in March.
The thirteen drifty days Source: SND
A heavy snow-storm which occurred in the south of Scotland throughout a fortnight in the year 1620 and was supposed to have destroyed nine-tenths of the sheep.
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