1snow /ˈsnoʊ/ noun plural snows
soft, white pieces of frozen water that fall to the ground from the sky in cold weather [noncount
] ▪ Snow fell softly on the town. ▪ The mountains were blanketed/covered with snow. ▪ She took a walk in the snow. ▪ We got 12 inches of snow. [=we had a snowstorm that left 12 inches of snow on the ground] ▪ We haven't had much snow this year. ▪ The weatherman is forecasting heavy/light snow. [=the weatherman is saying that a large/small amount of snow will fall] ▪ She went out to shovel the snow.
] ▪ Soon the warm spring sun will melt the winter snows. ▪ the snows of the Rocky Mountains ▪ A light/heavy snow was falling.
white dots that appear on the screen of a television when it is receiving a weak signal