snow berm

snow berm

- A ridge of snow graded up by a plow.
See also related terms for plow.
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The aircraft - an Airbus 340, carrying 250 passengers and crew members - also scraped a snow berm during the takeoff.
Charlie jumped out of the way onto a snow berm, a long, high mound of snow piled alongside the road by passing snowplows.
At approximately 1115 Mountain time, a Cirrus SR22 was substantially damaged when, during an attempted go-around, it struck a snow berm and nosed over.
It was over in a second; she hit a puddle in the middle of the course and her quad ended up atop the snow berm banking the oval.
Wind and flat light, which affects depth perception and can obscure hidden hazards like snow berms, should be considered.
Encroachments from fences, sheds, garages, snow berms, and tree limbs.
She would force her little self, trudging through the snow, hopping over snow berms, stepping in ice puddles, to get a box placedaeven into tough little Worcester taverns.
A second plow carved a lane so narrow the driver's and passenger's doors on a reporter's car bumped into the massive snow berms on both sides.
Runway closures are also necessary during the removal of large accumulations of snow due to the hazard presented by large snow berms on runway surfaces during cleaning operations.
There is usually 3-foot snow berms at the gate in late February, Henry said.