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Answered: What is one half of 19.25 inches

Look at the question again OronD. 19.25 not 9.25
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Answered: How much rain is an inch snow?

An inch of snow can be very dry and powdery, or wet and heavy. A typical number is an inch of snow is about 1/10 of an inch of rain, but there is a lot of variation.

Answered: How many inches of snow equal an inch of rain?

According to the nap on snow coverage, 10 inches of snow is just less than 4 inches of water. However I think it may vary depending on the snow. I think I remember a number more like 5 inches of powder snow yielding 1 inch of water. Maybe someone can give a better response.

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During winter season some parts of California are covered with snow. Lake Tahoe area get the most.
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4.325 feet= inches

4.325 times 12 inches to a foot equals 51.9 on my calculator.

Snow blower technique. i have a large parking ...

Hi Deano, I can relate to the frustration you might be having to see all that snow pile up asking you to work on them again and again. For larger area I would suggest using plough that can be attached to vehicles. If you are working on that manually then I guess it will be too much of effort for ...

1976 football box score dayton vs villanova

I don't know but I did find a website where you can purchase a video of the 1976 Dayton vs Villanova football game. http://www.footballvideos.com/villanova_footballto_place_your_.htm

How good is a chain-driven snow blower?

As opposed to this, they're pretty good Chain drive is often a sign of a strong, quality snow-blower. However, other factors, like engine size and single or dual stage can determine whether it will meet your needs. Here's a link to the buyer's guide I used to buy mine last year. Click here