How many inches of snow fell in Southbridge, MA 01550?

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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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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.

Answered: How many miles is it from Willington, CT to Newton, MA?

Direct distance (crow fly) = 70.3 miles. Land trasport = 82.1 miles. This site will enable you to find the distance between any 2 cities and provide you with a map too.
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