- n. Plural form of snowsquall.
“But, many roads are closed, its freezing outside with major snowsqualls so it looks like we'll be having our own little party.”
“We had major snowsqualls and most of the roads were closed.”
“Liberal Leader Paul Martin announced a sweeping ban on winter Thursday as he visited a part of Toronto plagued by a recent series of snowsqualls.”
“Diego Ramirez rocks, one of the times saved between two snowsqualls by sighting the gravestones of ships a quarter of a mile dead ahead.”
“Flurries coming in off of Lake Superior are expected to intensify into a few snowsqualls this afternoon as a trough of low pressure approaches from the north.”
“Snowfall amounts of 15 cm are quite possible in the strongest snowsqualls.”
“A woman driving east on the TCH in the midst of high winds and snowsqualls had hit a vehicle left parked on the side of the roadway.”
“OPP closed the highway at 4: 30pm as white out conditions from snowsqualls produced near to zero visibility.”
“The flurries will intensify into early season snowsqualls this evening and continue through the night.”
“The snowsqualls have the potential to bring 15 centimetres of snow by Monday morning with locally higher amounts possible.”
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