A term Environment Canada coined in December, 2008. About 15 cm fell in the City of Toronto on December 19th of that year. The term gave credence to the rest of Canada's perception of Toronto as the "laughing stock of Canada"
I see they're calling the storm in D.C. Snowmageddon, but we all know those guys at EC called Toronto's storm that first.
A monumental winter storm, lasting multiple days and resulting in copious amounts of snow and disastrous winter driving conditions.
"did you hear about the snowmageddon arriving on friday? It's going to be amazing!"
A snow (not defined by how many inches that fall) that affects a location not necessarily capable of dealing with snow, thus causing chaos (i.e. traffic jams, school closings, etc.)
The city of Atlanta rarely gets snow but this snowmageddon is really creating issues there.
The word given by President Barrack Obama after the major historic snowstorm has dropped 30+ inches of snow on the Washington/DC Metro area. Several East coasties have named it Snowpocalypse or some ditsy girls from local DC sororities have said SnOMG. While this is evidently a funny response, I have to say when someone says its snowing; I say no shit sherlock
A large snow storm that disrupts normal everyday life.
Snowmageddon has made travel impossible and groceries are in short supply.
What weathermen in Oklahoma call a winter weather event.
Everyone went to Wal-Mart to prepare for the Snowmageddon.
an extremely violent snowstorm, one that prohibits travel, cancels classes, shuts down airports, and doesn't allow you to step outside your front door
It's not raining men, it's just snowmageddon!
No, it's not just snowing outside, we've been caught inside snowmageddon.
I could make it to the movie if snowmageddon wasn't turning my house into a private island!
Continued snow fall of unmanageable proportions
The weather man says we will have 3 days of snow fall totalling in 37 inches
Sounds like we better prepare for snowmageddon