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Clouds, clouds not going away


The Register-Guard - Apr 27, 2017
Willamette Basin's highest-elevation automated snow gauge (5,610 feet at Summit Lake headwaters of Middle Fork of the Willamette River): nearly 10 feet of snow (if melted would produce 4.5 feet of water), 133 percent of normal. Compared to recent low ...
 

Record snowfall brought out all the plows in Madison; snow emergency until Tuesday am


Madison.com - Dec 5, 2016
A record snowfall on Sunday brought out the full 170-piece contingent of snow removal equipment from the Madison Streets Division, with area roads in pretty good shape for the Monday morning commute. The snow gauge at the airport collected 5.7 inches ...
 

8:45 am update: 8 inches of snow on the ground in Flagstaff, several more feet on the way


Arizona Daily Sun - Jan 21, 2017
The Flagstaff region received between 8 and 12 inches of snow overnight, according to the National Weather Service, and a foot more is on the way today, then up to another foot Sunday. Snow gauges and spotters recorded the following snow depths: 5 S ...
 

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Evergreen Enterprises, Inc "It's Cold Outside" Thermometer and Snow Gauge Stake


 

Henson Metal Works Collegiate Snow Gauge


 

Henson Metal Works Collegiate Snow Gauge


 

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Side by side operational comparison of a heated raingauge and a passive precipitation gauge.
 

Snow Gauge


Find out how much it snows. With a ruler and a jar, your child can make their own snow gauge. With a friend like Teddy, there's so much to discover.
 

How To Make A Rain/Snow Gauge


How to make a snow/rain gauge.
 

Easy Made Snowman Snow Gauge


This is a really easy craft that you can get the kids in on. After the main cutting, children can help decorate the snowman and give him a personal touch.
 

Lame Horse / Horse Flat / Snow Gauge Trails- Oct. 2017