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SNOW SHOWER Frozen precipitation in the form of snow, characterized by its sudden beginning and ending. It is reported as "SHSN" in an observation and on the METAR.


(SHSN) It is a moderate snowfall of short duration. Some accumulation is possible.

Snow Shower
A snow shower is a short duration of moderate snowfall. Some accumulation is possible.
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solar radiation—The total electromagnetic radiation emitted by the sun. See insolation.
sounding—In meteorology, an upper-air observation; a radiosonde observation.

Snow Shower- Snow falling at varying intensities for brief periods of time. Some accumulation is possible.

- A short duration of light to moderate snowfall. Accumulations of snow are possible.

Snow showers that are created when cold, dry air passes over a large warmer lake, such as one of the Great Lakes, and picks up moisture and heat.
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sSWDOn a buoy report, Swell Direction is the compass direction from which the swell wave are coming from.SWESnow Water Equivalent (the amount of water content in a snowpack or snowfall).

FlurryA flurry or snow shower is a snowfall that suddenly stops and starts and changes rapidly in intensity; the accumulation and extent of the snow are limited.

It most often falls from stratiform clouds, but can fall as s from cumuliform ones. It usually appears clustered into snowflakes. It is reported as "SN" in an observation and on the METAR.

Lake Effect SnowSnow showers that are created when cold, dry air passes over a large warmer lake, such as one of the Great Lakes, and picks up moisture and heat.

Snow flurry , particularly of a very light and brief nature. Snow gauge Apparatus designed to measure the amount of precipitation falling in the form of snow.

Lamb Storm, Lamb-showers, or Lamb-blasts Our April snow showers, not uncommon in northern Minnesota, do not have a colloquial name associated with them. But they certainly do in England and Scotland.

mb, in order to evaluate the amount of instability in mid-levels of the atmosphere. Generally, values greater than about 18 indicate sufficient instability for severe thunderstorm development. 2) A way of determining whether lake effect snow showers ...

Snow Squall: Short, intense snow showers accompanied by strong, gusty winds. Short- term snow accumulations may be significant and visibility greatly reduced. Snow squalls are common along the shores of the Great Lakes and other large lakes.

SNOW FLURRY: Also referred to as a , a very light and brief period of snowfall.
SNOW SQUALL: Intense showers or bands of locally heavy snow, often produced by the lake effect.
SQUALL LINE: A non-frontal band, or line, of thunderstorms.

SNOW FLURRIES: Light snow showers, usually of an intermittent nature with no measurable accumulation.
SOUTHERN OSCILLATION: A periodic reversal of the pressure pattern across the tropical Pacific Ocean during El Nino events.

Lake-Effect Snow - s associated with a cP air mass to which moisture and heat are added from below as it traverses a large and relatively warm lake (such as one of the Great Lakes), rendering the air mass humid and unstable.

snow flurry - Common term for a light snow shower, lasting for only a short period of time.

By the time the air reaches the leeward shore, snow may be ready to fall in the form of s or snowsqualls. The longer the trajectory of the cold air over the warm lake, the greater the likelihood of heavy snowsqualls.

SNOW SQUALL - A sudden and very heavy snow shower. Can be associated with snow thunderstorms or simply having strong winds prevailing off a relatively warm body of water in freezing, unstable conditions.

( However, these same areas may be the only places to experience moist convection in winter and provided the air is cold enough, and the sea is close and upwind, then s can be frequent. ) Heat from major urban areas (provided areally ...

With the passage of an occluded front, weather conditions will likely turn from cool to cold. Winds will swing around from easterly to westerly or southwesterly with rain or snow showers possible, (depending upon how cold the temperatures are).

Heaviest s and strongest winds are located close to the centre, winds within the 'eye' are calm. Temperatures are dropping sharply with the passage of the storm centre causing an extremely high risk of icing over sea.

You also describe the day's weather using one of the terms listed under the title Phenomena on the Sky Watchers instruction sheet. Weather phenomena include haze, blowing snow, thick fog, drizzle, rain showers and snow showers.

Note that in the winter months, some radar sites will go to Clear Air mode even if there is light snow in the area. The added sensitivity of this mode allows the detection of s since snow generally reflects much less energy than other ...

See also: See also: Snow, Temperature, Shower, Weather, Cloud

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