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snowstorm

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a storm with widespread snowfall accompanied by strong winds

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a series of unexpected and unpleasant occurrences

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A blizzard on Chilcoot would tie him up for a week."
Blizzards and cold made no difference to them, they were always on hand; they were on hand two hours before the sun rose, an hour before the work began.
IRISH punk/pop band The Blizzards enjoyed a very exciting week of announcements this week.
Yesterday's snow on the high ground was a far cry from the blizzards and deep snow that were gripping the whole of the North East this time last year.
THE Blizzards star Niall Breslin has revealed he is far too busy with work to settle down and fall in love.
and Canada, distributing more than 75,000 free Mini Blizzards. The tour, which kicks off in New York on April 8 and 9, is described as "a high energy celebration" that includes activities, games, music, a chance to win prizes and giveaways of the free Minis, all while raising awareness and funds for Children's Miracle Network.
The attractions include logflume, magic mouse, roller coaster, simulator, chair planes, super Bob, twist, dodgems, blizzards, jumping frogs, gaming stalls, snow lodge, children's rides and much, much more.
Last summer, chartered surveyors Blizzards - established by Keith Blizzard - joined forces with Birmingham law firm Challinors Lyon Clark, to create Challinors Blizzard.
This guide explains, largely in pictures, what we know about meteorological phenomena--from blizzards to hail, drought, wind shears, and lightning.
"Torrential rains, blizzards, ice; this area has experienced extreme weather before--with no significant consequences until now," she noted.
The worst of the weather will be in northern and eastern parts of Scotland where blizzards, gale force winds and up to 20 cm of snow are expected.
Blizzards are torrential downpours of snow combined with strong winds--in this case, winds of more than 60 mph.
Bastardi said his research on major New England blizzards shows that many times it at first appears they are going out to sea before curving toward New England.
Compared with summer storms, winter blizzards do not normally create much lighting.