The snow-to-liquid equivalent is the amount of liquid precipitation that is produced after melting snow. The temperature profile of the troposphere and the surface temperature are important factors that determine this value. The “average” snow-to-liquid ratio is 10:1. This is saying that if 10 inches of snow fell and that snow was melted it would […]
The “atmospheric river” is taking a direct aim on California, and that will result in eye-popping rainfall totals, heavy mountain snow accumulation, flooding, and mudslides. Weather conditions are ideal for an impressive and climatologically rare heavy-rain event over the weekend over a large section of California. Rainfall amounts from 8 to 12 inches are expected. […]
Those of us who live around Atlanta, Georgia or Dallas, Texas, who only see around 2 or 3 inches of snow per year on average, can be heard complaining during the winter when a snow event occurs. There are, however, many cities around the nation where considerably more snow falls and it becomes part of the […]
Our high-resolution snow depth maps are updated several times a day and include the United States and much of Canada. ● Today’s Snow Cover Stats ● Interactive Map ● N. Hemisphere Sea Ice Anomaly Current Snow Cover on Google Maps (High-Res) Return to the top Northern Hemisphere Ice Anomaly Return to […]
Explore the type of precipitation Set the air and dew point temperatures by dragging the anchor points and learn what type of precipitation will fall to the ground. Each time you release the mouse button, the simulation starts. You must use an up-to-date browser version to view this simulation.
This table shows the total snow and ice accumulations for every relevant month since September 1898 at DFW. Weather records at DFW began ago on September 1, 1898. Jump to statistics for the 30-year period 1981-2010 (DFW normal/average snowfall amounts and number of days annually) Other Weather Records: DFW Rainfall Record Since 1898 Monthly Precipitation […]