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Here is the correct usage "It snowed overnight, therefore it has snown overnight." ~Iain

Or, in Suffolk, "snew".

Really? "It snew overnight, therefore it has snown overnight".

That's beautiful!
~Iain
Or, in Suffolk, "snew".

Really? "It snew overnight, therefore it has snown overnight". That's beautiful! ~Iain

After a heavy storm, the response in the dialect would be: "It wholly snew last night" the 1st syllable in the 2nd word rhyming with wool.

Graham
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