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-A heavy snow shower accompanied by sudden strong winds, or a squall.+[[Image:Valle-grande-snow-squall.jpg|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.|thumb|300px]]
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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.
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 +== Also see ==
 +*'''[[Coloring]]'''
 +*'''[[Whiteout]]'''
 +*'''[[Coloring the Course and Features]]'''
 +*'''[[Visibility]]'''
 +*'''[[Snowmaggedon]]'''
 +*'''[[Ground blizzards]]'''
 +*'''[[blizzard]]'''
 +== Reference ==
 +*Wikipedia ''Snow Squall'' [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Snowsquall]
 +----
 +Return to '''[[Snow and Weather Glossary]], [[Working with Snow]], [[Freestyle Skiing]]'''
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 +[[Category:Freestyle Glossary]][[Category:Working with Snow and the Weather]][[Category:Weather]][[Category:Snow]][[Category:Freestyle Course Preparation]]

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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.


[edit] Also see

[edit] Reference

  • Wikipedia Snow Squall [1]

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