- n. Plural form of snowfall.
“The crisis in China regarding massive snowfalls is taking a heavy toll on that country's large orphan population.”
“But glaciers are also affected by other factors such as snowfalls, winds, altitude and shade, and the Perito Moreno is among the few resisting the broad trend.”
“Holiday attraction with a light tunnel, giant gingerbread house, periodic "snowfalls," Santa and his reindeer, and entertainment, through Jan. 3.”
“Holiday attraction continues through Jan. 3 with a light tunnel, giant gingerbread house, periodic "snowfalls," Santa and his reindeer and entertainment.”
“snowfalls," Santa and his reindeer and entertainment.”
“Moderate to heavy snowfalls of eight to 15 inches were expected to blanket the central and northern Midwest, with some places getting 20 inches or more.”
“The ice and snow melting off of the Cowboys Stadium roof has caused several sliding snowfalls onto the plazas, NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy said in an e-mail, USA TODAY's Sean Leahy reports.”
“He chose Sazanka because, in Japan, the plant represents the ideal of “never giving up”—a designation earned by the way that the flower survives the cold, even after snowfalls.”
“Extreme weather nailed other U.S. cities last winter, too, and swaths of Europe saw unprecedented snowfalls and record cold temperatures.”
“Cities including St. Louis, Kansas City and Milwaukee could be hardest hit, with expected midweek snowfalls of up to 2 feet and drifts piled 5 to 10 feet.”
Looking for tweets for snowfalls.