How Much Snow Equals One Inch of Rain?

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That one is really a difficult one to answer. This is because snow comes in different textures and weight. If it is regular powder snow, an inch of rain would equal out to be about one foot.
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On average, thirteen inches of snow equals one inch of rain in the US. Ask !
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Depends on a few things, but the general rule of thumb would be around 12 feet of snow. And no, don't go saying "if only all this rain would have been snow we would have had
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Last year the local weatherman on tv said about 12" of snow would come from just 1" of rain. It was raining and the ski slopes wanted snow.
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Snow has many different consistencies, so an inch of snow can have different consistencise; it can equate to 6 to 12 inches. http://geography.about.com/library/f. aq/blqzsnowrain.htm
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