A laterally extensive accumulation of snow on the ground that persists through winter and melts in the spring and summer.
A horizontally layered accumulation of snow from snowfall events that remains on the ground for some period of time.
the total snow and ice on the ground, including both new snow and the previous snow and ice which has not melted
A horizontally layered accumulation of snow from snowfall events, which may be modified by meteorological conditions over time.
The winter accumulation of snow on the ground surface.
The combined layers of snow and ice on the ground at any one time. Also called the "snowcover".
a seasonal accumulation of slow-melting packed snow See also: Compare Great Lakes Snow Melt: 1997-2000
The amount of snow accumulating during the winter months. May be reported in height, water equivalency or percent of average.
Snow lying on the ground for any significant period of time.
The amount of annual accumulation of snow at higher elevations.