It is snowy today.

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  • Hermione Golightly

    Senior Member
    British English
    If I meant 'it is snowing' I would say 'It is snowing (now)' or 'it has been snowing today'.
    If I was describing the sort of day it is, I'd say 'It's a snowy day' meaning it had snowed already. It might still be snowing.
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