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What is the theoretical limit to the amount of snow possible from one event?

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On 11/30/2019 at 2:09 PM, Adam said:

What is the theoretical limit to the amount of snow possible from one event?

 

I'd say that depends on the area... For example, the "theoretical limit" in Savannah, GA, is going to be considerably lower than a theoretical limit in Valdez, AK.

Now, if I assume you're talking about our general area (I don't see a huge difference between the Lehigh Valley and the New York metro). I'd say 4 feet.

I can't see any way we could get more than 4 feet in a single storm.

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11 hours ago, Analog96 said:

 

I'd say that depends on the area... For example, the "theoretical limit" in Savannah, GA, is going to be considerably lower than a theoretical limit in Valdez, AK.

Now, if I assume you're talking about our general area (I don't see a huge difference between the Lehigh Valley and the New York metro). I'd say 4 feet.

I can't see any way we could get more than 4 feet in a single storm.

The feb 25-27 2010 storm is one that comes to mind as an example.

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