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# On the average, how many inches of snow melt down to one inch of water?

Question #35585. Asked by Byrne. (Jun 27 03 8:42 PM)

Terry

I believe the answer to this is 10:1 ratio snow:water by volume.

 Jun 27 03, 11:06 PM

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