..:: Compiled Data Screen as of: 10/28/18 ~ 12:30 ET
* Snowfall amounts do not
include trace reports where it cannot be measured. ** Our snow is also melted and converted into rainfall equivalents. Total
on our site includes these snow conversion calculations. ~ Means approximate due to heavy winds and
Notice:Recently there have been people questioning
our methods and amounts of snow recorded. While we tried to explain
that it varies in ALL areas, they were persistent to say we were
wrong. We are sorry, but what we measure here is not necessarily
what someone else measures the next town over or even in different
parts of our own town. There are many factors that affect snow
amounts. Wind, elevation, temperature, etc. are the most common.
It's really not rocket science, but measurements are what they are
and they will not be altered because someone says, "Hey, they
got 22 inches next town over and you show only 11 inches."... It
is what it is and our measurement guidelines have been set by
NOAA's NWS. If you feel we are wrong, then we suggest you use
their guidelines and measure your area of interest. Here are also
some instructions for making your own snowboard.
here... Once you have that, you just need a ruler that reads in
10ths of an inch...