Recent Examples of snowstorm from the Web
Various people copied the message and sent it to the city’s 11 supervisors — and their aides — in what amounted to a snowstorm.
Large swaths of the Northeast woke up to a Christmas snowstorm on Monday morning, with some parts of Maine, New Hampshire, Connecticut and New York reporting an inch of snow per hour, according to the Weather Channel.
In February 2010, the President takes time out from trying to get the Affordable Care Act passed to have a snowball fight outside the White House with his daughters, Malia and Sasha, during a massive snowstorm.
That was true of Brazil’s brutal drought, which was largely influenced by El Niño, as well as a major snowstorm in the Mid-Atlantic United States.
The Colts’ 13-7 overtime loss to the Buffalo Bills amid a swirling and ceaseless snowstorm, was not exactly a clinic in proper football technique.
Boyega, who plays Stormtrooper turned hero Finn, barely made it to the festivities; he was nearly stranded in Atlanta due to the snowstorm that blanketed the Southeast.
This photo, taken nearly a decade before the short street by the Alamo church was closed to traffic, was one of the iconic images from San Antonio's record snowstorm in 1985.
Irma Schluter did not recall ever being seriously affected by other weather events, such as snowstorms, or earthquakes.
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