Death Cookies Ice chips frozen to the snow left by grooming machines.
Mashed Potato Snow Wet, heavy snow you can stand a shovel in.
Packed Powder Powder snow packed down by traffic or grooming.
Powder Dry, cold snow best for winter sports.
Sugar Snow Crumbly ice crystals.
White Asphalt The layer of snow made by snow making machines under the natural snow.
Other ways to describe snow : ballroom, boiler pot, buffed snow, corn snow, champagne powder, chowder, cold smoke, corduroy, glop, wind slab, fluff, breakable crust, sierra cement, & crud
Annui Falling snow
Api Snow not wet touched by wind
Det Thtok Snow so deep snowshoes are required
Natagonaq Snow surface of rough and coarse particles
Qali Snow that sticks to the branches of trees
Saluma Roaq Snow surface of very fine particles
Siqoq Snow blowing along the ground
Upski Snow changed by wind into a firm pile
ah-ki-lu-kak Soft snow
ah-put Snow in general
i-gluk-sak Snow house
kag-mak-sak Snow used for insulating snow houses
ka-hik Snow is falling
ki-mik-vik Snow that falls evenly
ku-ah-li-vuk Snow that freezes when it falls
mang-uk-tuk Snow that gets softer
ma-sak Wet snow
msu- yak Deep and soft snow
piek-tuk Drifting snow
pu-ka Snow that is like salt and doesn't stick
sa-ki-ut-vuj Snow that falls straight down
Dis Snowlusionment When schools close due to forecasts for snow, but no snow falls.
High Drift When wind blows snow above the height of a human.
Low Drift When the wind blows snow up to a few feet high.
Peter snow Snow so compacted that it makes snow roads and runways in the arctic.
Snirt What residents of the Dakotas call a mixture of snow and dirt that blows off the prairies.
Snow Cover When 2 centimeters of snow lies on the ground.
Snow Day A term used by people who remove snow in cities when during 24 hours at least 2.54 centimeters of snow falls.
Yooper Scooper A wide snow shovel with sides that is popular in Michigan's Upper Peninsula.
Whiteout When reflections from the sky and snow create a blinding glare.