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In the phrase:" 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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    I would say "(we had a freak storm in the fall, but no snow in November)."

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    I realized. Thanks.

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  3. jagatuba
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    The word 'one' refers to the previous word 'snowstorm' used in the sentence.

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