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Flurry

A drastic volume increase in a specific security.

Flurry

A large, and usually temporary, increase in a security's trading volume.
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A Met Office spokesman said today: "There is a likelihood of some sleet or snow flurries today, but most should die out by this afternoon.
PALMDALE - A day of peculiar weather took the Antelope Valley on Monday from clear skies to snow flurries to clear again.
Snow flurries were reported Wednesday from Agua Dulce to Rosamond, and the National Weather Service said 4 to 7 inches had fallen in the Wrightwood area by midafternoon.
The rally that never happened was one of the JetHawks' (9-12) few flurries in the game.
Roussel withstood several flurries in the third period, stopping 19 shots including Peter Forsberg twice with spectacular saves and Claude Lemieux with pad saves in the last minute with six skaters on the ice.
Snowfall Wednesday: Light flurries in Nagano city; light snow on men's downhill course.