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## when 2.5 centimeters of rain freezes, what amount of snow does it make?

On an average, 10 in. (25 cm) of snow is equivalent to 1 in. (2.5 cm) of rain. In the United States the average snowfall is about 28 in.

## How do you calculate rain to snow?

Most weather services say that, on average, the amount of snow is 10 times the amount of rainfall, that is, 1 inch of rain is equivalent to 10 inches of snowfall. If the snow is dense and molecules are tightly packed, then the ratio is 1:8.Dec 2, 2021

## How much snow is 4 inches of rain equal to?

Inches of rain to snow So, at 3 °F, 4 inches of rain is equivalent to 160 inches of snow.Dec 2, 2021

## What is the equivalent of 8 inches of rain to snow?

Snow to Rain For example, for 8 inches of snow falling at a temperature of 20 degrees Fahrenheit, divide 8 by 15, since the conversion factor for 20 degrees is 15. The result is approximately 0.53 inches of rain.May 21, 2018

## Is 6 inches of snow the same as 6 inches of rain?

Better and more recent research has now adjusted that rule of thumb to about a foot of snow to 1 inch of rain. So that 6 inches that just fell, if it were a pretty typical snowfall, would have been about a half-inch of rain.Oct 22, 2021

## How many inches of water is in a foot of snow?

Commonly, the percentage of water to snow is called the "snow ratio". An old rule of thumb was that for every 10 inches of snow, there would be 1 inch of water (10:1). However, this is far from the norm, and recent studies indicate that a 12:1 ratio might be more representative (on average) for the Upper Midwest.

## How much liquid is in an inch of snow?

The 'snow to ice ratio' or Snow Ratio expresses how much volume of snow you get for a given volume of water. Typically a ratio of 10:1 (ten to one) means that every 10 inches of snowfall equals one inch of liquid water.

## How much water is in 24 inches of snow?

Answer: 24 inches of snow x (1 inch water/10 inches of snow) = 2.4 inches of water.

## How much water is in 5 inches of snow?

When stellar crystals fall in windless conditions, five inches of snow may fall with a water content of only 0.1 inch. It is indeed possible to sweep five inches of this kind of snow from the sidewalk.

## How much water is in a foot of snow?

Light fluffy snow may only weigh about seven pounds per cubic foot. More average snow may weigh 15 pounds per cubic foot and drifted compacted snow may weigh 20 pounds or more…" Let's figure this out… There are 7.48 gallons per cubic foot of water – that's about 62.4 pounds.

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