Blue norther


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Blue norther

The cold north wind associated with a swiftly moving winter cold front. The name presumably came from the peculiar atmospheric color sometimes seen just ahead of the front.
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His Blue Norther and Other Poems appeared in 2010, and a new chapbook, Ways and Means, is due out soon.
One poem tells of a blue norther blowing through Houston, reminding the poet of demons that have haunted her since childhood and that "[s]omehow .
The so-called Great Blue Norther, a cold snap which hit America, caused blizzards and tornadoes.
This was the Great Blue Norther, a cold snap which hit the U.
The problem comes when we get a Blue Norther coming in, and it's more like 70[degrees]," Cox says.
28, but followed that with a disappointing ninth-place showing in the Blue Norther Stakes at Santa Anita on Dec.