Snowstorms can be on different scales. You can have Alberta clippers, Panhandle hooks, or Nor'Easters that affect entire regions. In addition, you can have lake effect snow squalls that affect a mesoscale area of only a few square miles. Larger scale snowstorms usually involve low pressure centers and moisture from an ocean. Lake Effect requires moist, unsettled, cold air flowing over relatively warm lake/sea water.
No, "snowstorm" is not an adverb at all.The word "snowstorm" is a noun.
The Snowstorm was created in 1856-03.
During the snowstorm is a prepositional phrase. During is a preposition, the is an article, and snowstorm is a noun.
A snowstorm is a weather event. You cannot eat it.
The correct spelling is "snowstorm" (heavy snowfall).
Snowstorm - film - was created in 1977.
The plural of snowstorm is snowstorms. As in "there are snowstorms headed this way".
Thunder and lightning during a snowstorm is rare but it can happen. It is typically called Thunder snow and happens near lake pressure systems and when warm and cold fronts mix in the winter.
A bad snowstorm was forecasted for the weekend.
Small white Clouds come before a snowstorm