Sneet

What is sneet?

Snow and sleet

Sneet is a sloppy precipitation combination of snow and sleet. People typically use it to describe the weather that produces sleet and snow off and on.

You will see sneet when the temperature hovers around freezing, causing the precipitation to change between sleet and rain. Sneet may occur anytime in winter, but it often happens at the beginning and end of winter when the temperature remains nearly freezing. Very few people like sneet because it's cold and wet, which sometimes leads to dangerous conditions, especially when driving.

Example

I'm not going outside for the rest of the day.
Me neither, that sneet is gross.
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Updated November 29, 2022

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