a layer of snow on the ground.
the amount of an area that is covered by snow, usually given as a percentage of the total area.
the depth of snow on the ground.
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How to use snow cover in a sentence
Windshield snow covers are designed specifically to work in extreme cold and deter the formation of ice and frost on your windshield.The best windshield snow covers protect your car from frost | Julian Cubilllos | December 16, 2021 | Popular-Science
Instead of needing snow, resorts simply needed enough days of below-freezing weather to maintain consistent snow cover on their slopes.In a new twist on an old tactic, ski resorts are using snow machines to fight fires | Jesse Ritner | September 9, 2021 | Washington Post
As it is flightless, it has little ability to escape fire and is further threatened by decreasing snow cover due to climate change.A year after Australia’s wildfires, extinction threatens hundreds of species | John Pickrell | March 9, 2021 | Science News
Even though he was unable to stand, he would crawl to the lee of a boulder or copse of trees and let the snow cover him.Rescue Dog of the High Pass | James Arthur Kjelgaard
In December and after that month they rest, for from that time the frost, ice and snow cover the ground.A Complete Grammar of Esperanto | Ivy Kellerman Reed
In winter, it is true, the snow cover them with a glimmering white sheet.The Burgomaster's Wife, Complete | Georg Ebers
Up the slope I saw a young pine standing in a kinnikinick snow-cover.Wild Life on the Rockies | Enos A. Mills
He slipped the heavy rifle from its snow-cover, checked the chamber, and hung the empty cover around his neck like a scarf.The Keeper | Henry Beam Piper