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What is a freak snow?

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  1. Redwood_Girl
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    Sounds like snow that has come unexpectedly, out of season. What is the sentence, or passage, within which the phrase appears?

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  2. jagatuba
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    Or is it just a freak snow because you live in Brazil. lol

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  3. jandr
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    It sounds like a word play on 'freak show'.

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  4. Vinicius_Caldas
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    The phrase in which I saw the term (I guess that the term "one" is related to snow) was :" I woke up this morning to our first snowstorm of the winter (we had a freak one in the fall but no snow in November)". Can I relate the word "one" to snow or it means anything else?

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  5. Redwood_Girl
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    So, it's a freak snowstorm, which makes more sense. It was a "freak" snowstorm because it came in the fall, well before you would expect the first snow. And notice that the out-of-season snowstorm is not counted by the narrator as the first of the winter.

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  6. jagatuba
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    Did anybody else notice the the poetic nature of this line? I woke up this morning to our first snowstorm of the winter (we had a freak one in the fall but no snow in November). Guess it's just the poet in me. :)

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  7. Vinicius_Caldas
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    It´s from a great author called Damodaran.

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  8. jagatuba
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    Is he a poet? I have not heard of him.

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  9. beth12345
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    a random snow that is unexpected?

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  10. Vinicius_Caldas
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    I think so.

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  11. beth12345
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    :D

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