- n. informal A severe blizzard or series of blizzards affecting one locale.
- Blend of snow and Armageddon (Wiktionary)
“The Baltimore Sun's Frank Roylance reports the term "Snowmageddon" - which caught fire last February from use on this blog originating from a solicitation for storm names and an online vote - was added to Merriam-Webster online dictionary's "New Words and Slang" list.”
“The year began with what was called "Snowmageddon" -- heavy snows in multiple states, including the south.”
“Pauly's quick response to the storm, which became known as Snowmageddon, could be a case study in how to make the most of a weather disaster.”
“SnO.M.G., an apparent homage to both Valley girls and the East Coast's recent spate of blizzards, which were called Snowmageddon.”
“The year began with what was jokingly called "Snowmageddon" -- heavy snows in multiple states, including the south.”
“After all, if there's one thing we learned from "Snowmageddon" -- it's much better when it comes in inches rather than feet.”
“Westerhaus is well aware of unpredictable Minnesota winters, so when his official visit to the U was slightly stymied by "Snowmageddon" -- the 17-inch dumping the Twin Cities received in mid-December -- it was "no big deal," said the senior from Holy Family Catholic High School in Victoria.”
“Snowmageddon" - that's what President Barack Obama calls the storm that's shut down Washington.”
“WASHINGTON - "Snowmageddon" - that's what President Barack ...”
“The Bible calls this day 'Snowmageddon' - the end of all things," said NBC12 chief meteorologist Jim Duncan, a 30-year weather news veteran and team captain, who, with his crew of roughneck weathermen and one weatherwoman, hope t”
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