snow flurry

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Synonyms for snow flurry

a light brief snowfall and gust of wind (or something resembling that)


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Thomas LandO has been transformed into a winter wonderland, complete with festive music, decorations, gluhwein-powered food stalls and snow flurry machines.
Ian Cheshire, chief executive of owners Kingfisher, said sales in the past three months rose slightly before January's snow flurry but ended the quarter 3.5% down.
The weather warning comes after another snow flurry yesterday caused further problems for motorists.
It's pathetic that head teachers of schools in Coventry and Warwickshire should choose to close schools in the "children's interests" after last week' snow flurry, councillors having conveniently distanced themselves from any involvement in the issue.
Going POLYTRACK: STANDARD Weather cold, snow flurry between race 3 and 4 Wind MEDIUM, HALF AGAINST STAR PERFORMER Royal Bajan (7.10) kept on strongly to land the evening's feature EYECATCHER Smoothtalkinrascal (7.10) shaped as though he could be running back into form DIVIDENDS AND SPREAD MAKE-UPS Placepot PS1,536.90 to a PS1 stake.
But with a light snow flurry being the most interesting development at Hillsborough in the past 24 hours, our well-paid leaders are starting to leave the Northern Irish public cold with fury.