heavy, thick | fine, light
The plants were covered in fine snow.
| deep | damp, wet | compacted, crisp, frozen, hard, packed
The crisp snow crunched as we walked through it. The frozen snow was treacherous to walk on.
| powder/powdery, soft | drifting, driving, falling, swirling
They struggled on through the driving snow.
| melted, melting | fresh, new, newly fallen | first
the first snow of winter
| spring, winter | artificial
They had to use artificial snow at the Winter Olympics.
flake | fall, flurry | patch | blanket, carpet | inch
Three inches of snow fell had fallen.
VERB + SNOW
be covered in
The car was completely covered in snow.
| clear, shovel, sweep
She cleared the snow from the path.
SNOW + VERB
cover sth, lie, pile (up), settle
Snow covered everything from horizon to horizon. Snow had piled up against the walls of the cottage. It was too warm for the snow to settle.
| drift, drive, fall, swirl | melt, thaw
SNOW + NOUN
conditions, flurry, storm
They travelled across the snow in a sleigh.
| in/into ~
The children are playing in the snow.
| through ~
We struggled through the deep snow back to the chalet.
| under ~
The steps were buried under the snow.
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