Driving fast in a whiteout dust fog is an excellent way to get killed.
He was driving in a rushing river of cold whiteout foam.
They barely made it back, in a whiteout, but they saved their neighbors from starvation.
In a whiteout situation impurities in our vision appear as blobs or floaters.
Watch out, however, for late afternoon snow and whiteout conditions.
The high plains experience persistent winds, which during winter can create whiteout conditions.
whiteout conditions quickly trapped thousands of people at work, in cars and in homes.
Some plows were pulled from area roads during whiteout conditions.
whiteout conditions, however, are often a problem during rainy weather.
Groomers are disoriented and losing trails in whiteout conditions and severe snow drifts.
British Dictionary definitions for whiteout
(intransitive) to lose or lack daylight visibility owing to snow or fog
(transitive) to create or leave white spaces in (printed or other matter)
(transitive) to delete (typewritten words or characters) with a white correcting fluid
an atmospheric condition consisting of loss of visibility and sense of distance and direction due to a uniform whiteness of a heavy cloud cover and snow-covered ground, which reflects almost all the light it receives