What's the Difference between Snow Showers and Snow Flurries?

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The difference between snow showers and snow flurries is whether the snow will stick or not. Snow flurries are very light and do not stick to the ground. Snow showers will stick to the ground and result in accumulation.
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Snow. : This refers to the white, cold, flakey stuff itself. It does not describe any particular manifestation thereof. Snow Flurry. : Light, intermittent snowfall without any significant
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Snow flurries = Scattered flakes with no accumulation. Snow showers = Brief periods of snow that over time can eventually lead to some accumulations. Snow squalls = Brief, but intense
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A snow shower is steady but light snow that comes & goes in
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A snow shower is when it is snowing outside much like it would if it were raining. I am not sure why people live where it has snow showers but hey to each is their own.
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Snow showers come from the same kind of clouds that rain showers do-- convective cells. Snow on the other hand comes from more stable clouds like stratus or strato-cu ...
Snow showers come from the same kind of clouds that rain showers do-- convective cells. Snow on the other hand comes from more stable clouds like stratus or strato-cu ...
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