Examples of snowfall in a Sentence
The yearly snowfall here is over 30 feet!
30 feet of annual snowfall
The area is expecting heavy snowfall this weekend.
Recent Examples of snowfall from the Web
The 2016-2017 ski season was a boon for resorts in the West because of record snowfall and surging visitation numbers.
They still aren't convinced the city has secured enough water to keep showers and spigots flowing as California contends with increasing uncertainty about rain and snowfall.
In Shimla, rising annual temperatures and dwindling rain and snowfall — the city’s main water sources — have been major factors in the crisis.
Critics of the court ruling point to this year’s late snowfalls and cold temperatures which forced postponements throughout the boys golf season.
But heavy snowfall and late-spring storms made for an above-average snowpack, and slow going for state crews, DOT said.
While the monkeys are lounging in a calm pool of water, they're often subjected to intense snowfall and freezing temperatures.
During the last two weeks of February, the average temperature was 50.6, there was 1.1 inches of snowfall and seven days where temperatures were above 60.
The researchers monitored temperatures in the arctic and compared them to what’s known as the Accumulated Winter Season Severity Index, which takes into account temperature and snowfall.
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SNOWFALL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of snowfall for English Language Learners
: an amount of snow that falls in a single storm or in a particular period of time
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