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blizzards, plural;
  1. A severe snowstorm with high winds and low visibility

  2. An overabundance; a deluge
    • - a blizzard of legal forms

  1. a storm with widespread snowfall accompanied by strong winds
  2. rash: a series of unexpected and unpleasant occurrences; "a rash of bank robberies"; "a blizzard of lawsuits"
  3. A blizzard is a severe storm condition characterized by low temperatures, strong winds, and heavy snow. By definition, the difference between blizzard and a snowstorm is the strength of the wind. ...
  4. The Blizzard is the name of three fictional characters that appear in comic books published by Marvel Comics.
  5. Blizzard Entertainment, Inc. is an American video game developer and publisher founded in February 1991 under the name Silicon & Synapse by three graduates of UCLA, Michael Morhaime, Allen Adham and Frank Pearce. ...
  6. Blizzard is a 2003 Christmas family film directed by LeVar Burton. It stars Brenda Blethyn, Christopher Plummer, Kevin Pollack, and Whoopi Goldberg.
  7. Blizzard is a character from the toyline, comic books and cartoon series of the 1980s. He is the G.I. Joe team's Arctic attack soldier and debuted in 1988.
  8. Amateur Wrestling is the most widespread form of sport wrestling. There are two international wrestling styles performed in the Olympic Games under the supervision of FILA (Fédération Internationale des Luttes Associées or International Federation of Associated Wrestling Styles): Greco-Roman and ...
  9. A severe snowstorm, especially with strong winds and greatly reduced visibility; A large amount of paperwork; A large number of similar things, such as a blizzard of political ads; To fall in windy conditions
  10. It blizzarded last night. There's a lot of snow. Past tense of a snowstorm and much more fun to say
  11. (Blizzards) Right now, you pummel the Northeastern United States with back-to-back-to-back blizzards. Hurricane-force winds bury our Capital. Kids in Cleveland can’t go to school. New York, the business leader of the free world, has been brought to a standstill. Enough already! ...
  12. when enough snow falls that your Fish & Game Club meeting is cancelled. This is a good time to make snow angels on the graves of your ancestors, catch a snow flake (or two or three) on your tongue, make hot chocolate, and plan trips to Alaska, where dinosaurs made it warmer.
  13. A severe weather condition characterized by low temperatures, winds 35 mph or greater, and sufficient falling and/or blowing snow in the air to frequently reduce visibility to 1/4 mile or less for a duration of at least 3 hours. ...
  14. the most severe type of winter storm, characterized by winds of 35 miles (56 kilometers) per hour or greater, large quantities of falling or blowing snow, and low temperatures.
  15. Snow with winds in excess of 35 mph and visibilities of 1/4 mile or less, for an extended period of time (eg. > 3 hours).
  16. This is the only form of precipitation that is determined by windspeed. Under heavy snow conditions in low temperatures, strong winds can blow snow to white-out conditions, which restrict drastically restrict visibility. ...
  17. A long-lasting snow storm with intense snowfall and usually high winds. Particularly severe storms can create whiteout conditions where visibility is reduced to less than 1 meter.
  18. A violent windstorm that carries dry snowflakes and is intensely cold.
  19. A cold storm with winds of at least 56 kilometres per hour (35 miles per hour) and temperatures below - 6.7°C (20°F). Usually also characterized by poor visibility due to snow blowing around. ...
  20. Although blizzard is often used to describe any major snow storm with strong winds, the technical definition for a blizzard requires: at least 3 hours in duration; low temperatures (usually less than minus 7C or 20F), strong winds (greater than 55 km/h or 35 mph), blowing snow which reduces ...
  21. Sustained or gusty winds of 35 mph or more and falling or blowing snow creating visibility's at or below a quarter of a mile. These conditions should last for at least three hours.
  22. Wind force 16 m/sec (moderate gale, 30 knots) or more and snowfall, difficult traveling weather, considerable danger of road conditions worsening at short notice.
  23. Includes winter storm conditions of sustained winds or frequent gusts of 35 mph or more that cause major blowing and drifting of snow, reducing visibility to less than one-quarter mile for 3 or more hours. Extremely cold temperatures often are associated with dangerous blizzard conditions.
  24. A violent and extremely cold wind laden with dry snow picked up from the ground.
  25. A weather condition whose requirements are a wind of 35 mph or greater and enough snow in the air to reduce visibility to one quarter mile or less.  Previous definitions included low temperatures, but these requirements have been dropped.