snow gauge


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snow gauge

A gauge used to measure the amount of snowfall that has fallen within a given period.
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At the Salt Creek Falls snow gauge at Willamette Pass off Highway 58, at 4,220 feet elevation, there's still 31 inches of snow, which has a snow water equivalent of 15.
At the Salt Creek Falls snow gauge near Willamette Pass, maintained by the federal Natural Resource Conservation Service, the snowpack is 34 inches deep, and the snow water equivalent - the amount of water the melted snow would generate - is 14.
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Xu, 2003: Snow nowcasting using a real-time correlation of radar reflectivity with snow gauge accumulation.
Natural Resource Conservation Service data show that while precipitation in the Willamette basin is 113 percent of average, the snowpack as measured at 20 NRCS snow gauge stations is at just 85 percent of normal.
Snow gauge at Salt Creek Falls near Willamette Pass
This time of year at Salt Creek Falls, off Highway 58 near Willamette Pass, the snow typically is piled heavy around the government snow gauge.
The snow gauge at Clear Lake, off the McKenzie Highway in the Cascade Range, typically shows 10 inches of so-called "snow water equivalent" about now.
Last season, the snow gauge read 100 inches for a brief time on only one day, March 2.
The measurement of snowfall is more difficult than the measurement of rainfall owing to the nature of falling (and blowing) snow, the variety of snow gauges used, and the catchment (inefficiencies of the gauges and is the focus of the WMO Solid Precipitation Intercomparison Experiment (SPICE) project (Nitu and Wong 2010b; Rasmussen et al.
Electronic snow gauges in addition to the snow density can calculate the mass of snow scaled per unit area [kg/[m.