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Polar Orbit
Sat Mar 02 2019, 07:44AM
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On the 14th, we got 5 to 6 inches of rain. It would take at least 30 to 40 inches of snow to melt down to 5 inches of water, or am I missing something.
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Polar Orbit wrote ...

On the 14th, we got 5 to 6 inches of rain. It would take at least 30 to 40 inches of snow to melt down to 5 inches of water, or am I missing something.


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Sat Mar 02 2019, 01:39PM

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Polar Orbit wrote ...

On the 14th, we got 5 to 6 inches of rain. It would take at least 30 to 40 inches of snow to melt down to 5 inches of water, or am I missing something.


Imagine the plow berms if all that rain was actually snow!

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Fri Mar 08 2019, 11:17AM
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I’ve always wondered how much rain water the snow pack will hold before it releases water. Has kid I once took a pvc pipe into the snow pack, had 18” snow pack that produced 4 inches of water.
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SSJ2012 wrote ...

I’ve always wondered how much rain water the snow pack will hold before it releases water. Has kid I once took a pvc pipe into the snow pack, had 18” snow pack that produced 4 inches of water.

Roger does this when ever snow fall. He can tell you how much liquid precipitation we've gotten.

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I'm out at 76. I shot a bit higher than our average.
That's funny Benny, overthunked, heh. We didn't get too slammed all at once, for such an abundant season the storms were well spaced apart.
If I remember, think it was that 2009-2010 winter.. that dumped 4-5 foot in just a few days? I was living on Wendy (not Anita then) they were running the giant snow blowers.
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Lumber Jill ⭐ wrote ...

SSJ2012 wrote ...

I’ve always wondered how much rain water the snow pack will hold before it releases water. Has kid I once took a pvc pipe into the snow pack, had 18” snow pack that produced 4 inches of water.

Roger does this will ever snow fall. He can tell you how much liquid precipitation we've gotten.

Last storm, for example - I measured 10.75" of snow and it melted to 0.90" of water.
But that was the freshly fallen snow. I haven't done it with the snowpack because usually the snow doesn't last very long around here.
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awwwh it had to snow tonight. Well I had my two weeks on top of the pool. let it snow let it snow let snow.
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2018/19 SCM SNOW POOL UPDATE:
Canvas Man is currently the leader in the SCM Snow Pool with 82 inches (so far 82 inches have fallen this season). Remember the snow pool goes through May 15th so even an inch of snow would topple his lead.

Here are the folks next in line after Canvasman for taking the win:
82 Canvas Man
83 BaughHumbug
84 Desert Steve
85 SSJ2012
86 Between Stars
87 kof218
88 Wave Slider
89 HBadger

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Sat Apr 27 2019, 05:15PM

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2018/19 SCM SNOW POOL UPDATE 2

Still holding at 82 inches ... a couple more weeks until the Snow Pool end date... Still looking like Canvas Man... Could another inch fall before the deadline? Will BaughHumBug be the winner? Tension is mounting!

Here are the folks next in line after Canvasman for taking the win:
82 Canvas Man
83 BaughHumbug
84 Desert Steve
85 SSJ2012
86 Between Stars
87 kof218
88 Wave Slider
89 HBadger

Good Luck to all!


Winter can leave now... Lets try to get above 50 degrees???
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Missouri Sunni
May 23 : 02:42pm
Wow. We've just got tornados, hail, heavy rain and floods. Kind of fun to all get in the Big Guy's Mancave and watch the weather channel. Just 60 miles from us the state capital Jefferson City had a really bad tornado and killed 3 people. They are facing another one as I write.

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May 23 : 02:23pm
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BootsNBridles
May 23 : 11:12am
Very strange driving up the mountain last night in heavy snow. At the end of May. Thank heavens it wasn't sticking.

Carter
May 23 : 11:10am
Nevermind! me being gullible again.

Carter
May 23 : 10:48am


Carter
May 23 : 10:48am
Idyllwild got 5 inches, but in BB, no snow for most. :9(

LoveTheView
May 23 : 10:37am
Daffodils were great this year, just gone about a week ago. Planted them in the fall, divided among all kinds of other plants. I think they help keep the gophers away (well, I hope).

Lumber Jill ⭐
May 23 : 10:37am
I stand corrected. Apparently tulips are mildly toxic.

Lumber Jill ⭐
May 23 : 10:33am
Tulips aren't toxic. Daffodils are. I plant them whenever the companies ship them to me. I think it's Oct.

ChillyBeans
May 23 : 10:29am
IDKnothin for our zone, usually in early to mid October

IDKnothin
May 23 : 10:25am
I was thinking more in line with the toxic tulip.

IDKnothin
May 23 : 10:24am
(I just discovered Joker is a bulb - hah, I didn’t know)

IDKnothin
May 23 : 10:22am
Back to the bulb planting time line ...
In the fall - when would you stick those jokers in the ground?
Anyone ??

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