a blizzard of such magnitude and intensity that it could implode, cause a black hole and destroy the universe.
As a noun: Run! This blizzard is about to go super snowva!
As a verb: Wow, it's really super snowvaing out there.
As a threat: Don't make me super snowva you upside the head.
As an insult: Suck my super snowva!
A blizzard of such magnitude and intensity that it could explode, create a black hole and destroy the solar system.
Action: “Run! This snowpocalypse is about to go super snowva!”
Observation: “It’s really super snowvaing out there. The local weatherman reporting live on the scene just disappeared through the blizzent horizon.”
Threat (of the evil genius variety): “With my super snowva generator, I can cause blizzarchy and rule the world!”
Insult: “Yo momma is crazier than a super snowva.”
Emotion: “This super snowva is making me blizzerable.”
snowpocalypse (an order of magnitude above a catablizzm but below a super snowva)
snowmageddon (an order of magnitude above a catablizzm but below a super snowva)
catablizzm (a large scale and violent blizzard; two orders below a super snowva)
snownami (devastating waves due to a catablizzm, snowpocalypse or snowmageddon)
snowcanic eruption (a concentrated burst of snow)
snowhilation (huge amounts of snow that have made things invisible or rendered them useless)
blizzcanic eruption (a concentrated burst of snow and wind)
blizzery (blizzard-induced misery)
blizzerable (miserable because of a blizzard)
blizzent horizon (a theoretical boundary around a black hole caused by a super snowva beyond which no light, other radiation or weatherperson can escape)
blizzarchy (a state of chaos due to a catablizzm, snowpocalypse, snowmageddon or super snowva)