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*Wikipedia ''Snow Squall'' [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Snowsquall] *Wikipedia ''Snow Squall'' [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Snowsquall]

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A Snow Squall is a heavy snow shower accompanied by sudden strong winds, or a squall. It is often referred to as a whiteout and is similar to a blizzard but is localized in time or in space and snow accumulations may or may not be significant.
A Snow Squall is a heavy snow shower accompanied by sudden strong winds, or a squall. It is often referred to as a whiteout and is similar to a blizzard but is localized in time or in space and snow accumulations may or may not be significant.

A Snow Squall is a heavy snow shower accompanied by sudden strong winds, or a squall. It is often referred to as a whiteout and is similar to a blizzard but is localized in time or in space and snow accumulations may or may not be significant.


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  • Wikipedia Snow Squall [1]

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