How many inches would rain be if it were snow?

Snowfall amounts vary with temperature!

At 32 degrees Fahrenheit the water to snow ratio is equivalent is roughly 1" of rain to 10" of snow.

However, the colder the air, the higher the ratio.

Therefore, at 0 degrees Fahrenheit, 1" of rain can produce as much as 40" of snow!!!!

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