Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Snowy"

The meaning of "Snowy" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does It's snowy.
Does it mean that snow is falling or that snow lies on the ground? mean?
A: It can mean both but personally if someone says “wow it’s snowy outside” I will expect to see snow already on the ground.
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Synonyms of "Snowy" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between it's snowy and it's snowing ?
A: @K__CH Both are correct! I can use "it's snowing today" to indicate there's snowfall on that particular day. Whereas"It's snowing now" can imply at that moment it's snowing. Depending on the context you can use both.
Example:
I wish to visit the market but it's snowing now.
Ren, I call rain check, it's snowing today, so we can't go for a drive.
Q: What is the difference between snowy day and snow day ?
A: Snowy day is describing the weather.

A "snow day" means work or school is cancelled because there's too much snow
Q: What is the difference between it's snowy today. and it'a snoeing today. ?
A: I guess it just means it's snowing haha
Q: What is the difference between snowy queen and queen snowy ?
A: Snowy queen is saying that the queen is snowy while queen snowy makes it sound more like the queen's name is Snowy.

Ex. 1) The snowy queen was beautiful.


Ex2.) Queen Snowy is beautiful.

Translations of "Snowy"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? It is snowy 还是 It is snow
A: "It is snowy" is correct. You can also say "It is snowing."
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? It is snowy about eight months a year
A: It snows 8 months out of the year

Other questions about "Snowy"

Q: It's snowy heavily. Does this sound natural?
A: @Yucca_Yuko Ah, it depends on what kind of past you need!

"It snowed heavily.", you say this when you're stating that as a fact. For example: "It snowed heavily yesterday."

However if there's more to your story, you can use the imperfect.
"I was walking my dog yesterday. It was snowing heavily. Suddenly there was a lightning strike!" etc.
Q: It's heavy snowy. Does this sound natural?
A: × It's heavy snowy.
✓ It's snowing heavily

Q: I want to walk on a fully snowy road that no one walk first.

Is this correct?
A: I want to be the first to walk on a fully snowy road, one no one has walked on yet.
Q: It was snowy today but we went indoor pool with our friends.


Does this sound natural?
A: it sounds good but 'it wad snowy today but we went to the indoor pool with our friends' sounds a little better
Q: It's snowy today Does this sound natural?

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