A snow gauge is a type of instrument used by meteorologists and hydrologists in
Canada to gather and measure the amount of solid precipitation over a set ...
Snowfall and snow depth and their water equivalent are some of the most difficult
, but important, weather elements to measure in an accurate, consistent manner ...
At the beginning of each snowfall/freezing season, remove the funnel and inner
measuring tube of the eight-inch manual rain gauge to expose the 8-inch ...
Jan 7, 2016 ... One of the most fundamental tools observers use to measure snow is a
snowboard. A snowboard is a piece of plywood painted white that acts ...
Dec 9, 2009 ... But the wind is equally impressive, blowing the snow all over the place. So how
does the weather service measure the snow?
Jan 28, 2013 ... In order to get an accurate snow measurement, measure the depth of the snow.
Taking a measurement of snow from the first snowflake or since ...
Nov 17, 2014 ... Once the snow has fallen, it's important to measure the snow to the closest
centimetre possible. Once you've recorded the number, make sure ...
Dec 11, 2009 ... A potent pre-winter storm blanketed the Midwest with as much as 19 inches of
snow this week. During a blizzard in 2003, Brendan I. Koerner ...
No matter how hard it's snowing, those flakes don't count as “measurable” unless
they pile up to at least 0.1 inch (0.25 centimeters) on the ground. Otherwise ...
The 4" diameter rain gauges that we use for NeRAIN can be used for measuring
the water content of snow. However, you must remove the inner measuring ...