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Synonyms for snow

Synonyms for snow

precipitation falling from clouds in the form of ice crystals

a layer of snowflakes (white crystals of frozen water) covering the ground

English writer of novels about moral dilemmas in academe (1905-1980)

street names for cocaine

fall as snow

conceal one's true motives from especially by elaborately feigning good intentions so as to gain an end

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Recorded messages, providing reports on snow depths and trail conditions across the state, are updated midday every Tuesday and Thursday.
com)-- A new measuring tool for meteorological services, airports, road maintenance depots, and ski resorts, as well as for the generation of renewable energy, is now available from Lufft: the SHM31 measures snow depths of up to 15 metres in mere seconds.
Researchers were looking to determine the snow depth at Slide Mountain at Mouse Rose Ski Resort Wednesday, and could not find solid ground beneath the snow (the poles used for measuring the depth were submerged over 16 feet and still could not hit ground).
The statistics are computed empirically from once-a-day snow depth measurements as well as from 24-h totals of snowfall and precipitation at stations operated by the U.
And while both acknowledge they were having a good time, they were also gathering information that could provide needed information on snow depth and the amount of water it holds, to provide clues on whether there will be any flooding this spring as this year's massive snowpack continues to melt.
Among the topics are electromagnetic properties of components of the cryosphere, remote sensing snow depth and snow water equivalent, remote sensing accumulation over the Greenland and Antarctic ice sheets, gravimetry measurements from space, remote sensing lake and river ice, and field measurements for the remote sensing of the cryosphere.
04-ha microhabitat sampling plot (Hendricks 2000), and measured snow depth (cm) with a tape measure at 3 sites per Daubenmire frame (described below) and then averaged the measurements for each site.
Snow depth reached 30 cm in Heineh in Damascus countryside and 15 cm in Quneitra.
Moose (Alces alces) might prefer to browse areas with high plant density, but if snow depth co-varies with plant density, this could restrict access to these sites and force use of sites with lower plant density and snow depth.
For comparison, the snow depth made 2 cm on 8 December 2013, while it reached 25 cm today.
2007a), physical ice melt and warming rate, light limitation as a function of snow depth, biological melt through heat release by algal cells following transmitted irradiance absorption (Lavoie et al.
One of the effective distance selection methods is the wind shelter index correlation with snow depth method.
The selection of GPS sites suitable for testing the potential of snow depth sensing was limited by various factors, namely: GPS antenna monumentation on stable pillar surrounded by flat ground, no vertical obstacles around the pillar (at lest in some sectors), continuous GPS observations in the winter period, snow cover reaching several tens of centimeters, availability of SNR data, field meteo observations of local temperature and manual measurements of snow depth.
The maximum snow depth is 60 cm and temperatures in the area are around -2YUC.