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How About That Rain?!?!?!?!?!



Does 80mm of rain translate into 8 cm of snow?

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Looks pretty much the same here. Can't say I've ever seen white rain drops before. But there's always a first for everything.

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Does 80mm of rain translate into 8 cm of snow?
Generally (depends on type of snow), multiply the rainfall by ten to get snow depth...80mm or rain would be about 800mm of snow or 80cm which equals 31.5 inches of snow. Good thing it was rain...watching news, it sounds like you "easterners" don't need any more snow this winter.


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Generally (depends on type of snow), multiply the rainfall by ten to get snow depth...80mm or rain would be about 800mm of snow or 80cm which equals 31.5 inches of snow. Good thing it was rain...watching news, it sounds like you "easterners" don't need any more snow this winter.
enough snow in this part of Ontario. we got snow until around 6pm , them some rain but not much , just enough to make things yucky.

I can't even imagine what the gravel roads are like, couple inches of snow and ice with rain on top, freezing on contact. we will see Friday afternoon when i go to the farm.

hey its winter , we were overdue for a good hard one.

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