1. In surface weather observations, usually expressed as centimeters or inches of snow depth per six-hourly period. 2. The accumulation of snow during a specified period of time.
precipitation falling from clouds in the form of ice crystals
the depth of new snow that has accumulated since the previous day or since the previous observation
The amount of snow, hail, sleet or other precipitation occurring in solid form which reaches the earth's surface. It may be expressed in depth in inches after it falls, or in terms of inches or millimetres in depth of the equivalent amount of water.
The rate at which snow falls. Usually expressed as inches of now depth per 6 hourly period.
The rate at which snow falls, usually expressed in inches of snow depth over a six hour period.