Fighting a flood in a blizzard. It describes the situation os sandbagging in a raging snow and icestorm with blizzard force winds and snow against rising floodwaters in the spring. The word was born in the 1997 flood in North DAkota and Minnesota
Sandbagging in a flizzard is a challenging operation due to ice and visibility.
A blizzard of snow flurries. The snow doesn't accumulate, but the flurries are pervasive enough to cause visibility issues while still in the air. Term coined by WAFF-Huntsville, AL meteorologist Brad Travis in 2008.
It's a blizzard of flurries. A 'flizzard', if you will.