Despite near zero temperatures and flurries of snow and rain, the turnout was 92% from an electorate of 1,650.
The flurries of rain ceased, and the skies brightened a little.
Both of you, my dear, I hope, after the first flurries are over.
Every little while flurries like this occurred, each flurry culminating in the revolver shot that put an end to it.
In defining the trend, shifts, cross-currents, and flurries are not considered.
The days are short with an icy, gray mist from the Dnieper, and flurries of snow.
It was a day marked with fierce winds and flurries of snow, like a day in March.
It was mid-December, and flurries of snow were being driven before a stinging north-westerly wind.
December weather in Flanders brought cutting winds from off the North Sea and often there were flurries of snow in the air.
Then he broke into a run and sped through the flurries toward his dead.
"snow squall" 1828, American English, with earlier senses of "commotion," etc., dating to 1680s; perhaps imitative, or else from 17c. flurr "to scatter, fly with a whirring noise," perhaps from Middle English flouren "to sprinkle, as with flour" (late 14c.).
1757 in the commotion sense, from flurry (n.); 1883 in the snow sense. Related: Flurried; flurries; flurrying.