Definition of snow-free in English:


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Free from or not covered by snow: winters are spent in snow-free lowlands
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  • Southern aspects are usually snow-free in early May, while on north- and east-facing slopes snow patches often last into early June.
  • Temperatures in the south of England will resemble Bordeaux in France by 2080, say scientists, and most of Britain will be snow-free
  • The other day our road was snow-free but we couldn't move because of a 6ft grit drift.

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