SUMMARY OF THE MAIN RESOURCES AND FEATURES OF THIS PAGE:
--Custom maps of snow depth for the region right on this page
--Custom maps of snowfall in the last 24, 48, and 72 hours for the region right on this page

--Links to interactive snow on the ground now maps for many areas in the region
--Links to interactive snow on the ground now maps for all around the USA

--Links to interactive snowfall in the last 24 hours maps for many areas in the region

--Recent snowfall maps from the National Climatic Data Center

--Daily snowfall and snow depth logs maintained by local expers on local websites

--Seasonal snowfall maps for 2002-2003 through 2008-2009
--Snowfall by month and year since 1890 on a spreadsheet

NOTE ABOUT THE SNOW DEPTH SCALES

There are two snow depth scales and two corresponding snow depth maps.

The "fine and shallow" scale has the advantage of greater discrimination for depths less than two feet. But there is no discrimination at all for depths greater than two feet since the highest the scale goes is 24 inches or more. With this scale and map, for example, you can't really tell whether a particular spot has, say, 28 inches on the ground or 32 inches on the ground.

The "full and deep" scale has the advantage that it discriminates for snow depths greater than 24 inches. In fact, the highest range of snow depth shown has a low bound of 100 inches and a high bound of 150 inches, so therefore this scale is useful not only for Big Snow Country but even for the snowiest, highest mountains of the Rockies and the Pacific coast range, where snow piles up the highest. The disadvantage of the full and deep scale is that for snow depths less than 24 inches, there is less discrimination. It is much more difficult to tell, for example, whether a particular location has 14 inches on the ground or 12 inches on the ground.

For Big Snow Country both scales and both corresponding maps are shown. For the links to the other regional snow depth maps, the link goes to either one scale/map combination or the other one depending on which is most appropriate and useful. For a very small number of regions, links are provided to both maps and scales.

CURRENT SNOW DEPTHS, FULL / DEEP SCALE, WEST AND CENTRAL

CURRENT SNOW DEPTHS, FULL / DEEP SCALE, WEST AND CENTRAL

CURRENT SNOW DEPTHS, FINE / SHALLOW SCALE, WEST AND CENTRAL

CURRENT SNOW DEPTHS, FINE / SHALLOW SCALE, WEST AND CENTRAL

CURRENT SNOW DEPTHS, FULL / DEEP SCALE, CENTRAL AND EAST

CURRENT SNOW DEPTHS, FULL / DEEP SCALE,  CENTRAL AND EAST

CURRENT SNOW DEPTHS, FINE / SHALLOW SCALE, CENTRAL AND EAST

CURRENT SNOW DEPTHS, FINE / SHALLOW SCALE, CENTRAL AND EAST

SNOWFALL IN THE LAST 24 HOURS WEST AND CENTRAL

SNOWFALL IN THE LAST 24 HOURS WEST AND CENTRAL

SNOWFALL IN THE LAST 48 HOURS WEST AND CENTRAL

SNOWFALL IN THE LAST 48 HOURS WEST AND CENTRAL

SNOWFALL IN THE LAST 72 HOURS WEST AND CENTRAL

SNOWFALL IN THE LAST 72 HOURS WEST AND CENTRAL

SNOWFALL IN THE LAST 24 HOURS-CENTRAL AND EAST

SNOWFALL IN THE LAST 24 HOURS-CENTRAL AND EAST

SNOWFALL IN THE LAST 48 HOURS CENTRAL AND EAST

SNOWFALL IN THE LAST 48 HOURS CENTRAL AND EAST

SNOWFALL IN THE LAST 72 HOURS CENTRAL AND EAST

SNOWFALL IN THE LAST 72 HOURS CENTRAL AND EAST
CURRENT SNOW ON THE GROUND AT DOZENS OF LOCATIONS
NOTE: the following link leads you to a listing of the snow on the ground at many stations as of the first of the current month. To update to the current day, look for "dd=1" in your browser address bar, which you will find about 3/4 of the way from the start to the finish of the address, and change the number "1" to whatever the current day of the month it is.

--Inches of snow on the ground now by station for dozens of towns and uninhabited locations

SNOW ON THE GROUND NOW ELSEWHERE IN THE USA

WESTERN MIDWEST INTERACTIVE SNOW ON THE GROUND NOW MAPS
--Minnesota and vicinity interactive snow map

--Iowa and vicinity interactive snow map

--North Dakota and vicinity interactive snow map

--South Dakota and vicinity interactive snow map

--High Plains interactive snow map

--Missouri, southern Iowa, western Illinois, northern Arkansas, northeastern Oklahoma, eastern Kansas, & southeastern Nebraska interactive snow map

ROCKY MOUNTAINS INTERACTIVE SNOW ON THE GROUND NOW MAPS
--Montana and vicinity interactive snow map

--Wyoming and vicinity interactive snow map

--Colorado and vicinity interactive snow map

--Southern Idaho, western Wyoming, northern Utah, and northeastern Nevada interactive snow map

PACIFIC STATES INTERACTIVE SNOW ON THE GROUND NOW MAPS
--Northern California and western Nevada interactive snow map

--Oregon and vicinity interactive snow map

--Washington and vicinity interactive snow map

NORTHEASTERN INTERACTIVE SNOW ON THE GROUND NOW MAPS
--Maine and vicinity interactive snow map

--New England and New York City area interactive snow map

--Lake Ontario and Lake Erie snow belt areas interactive snow map

--Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, & Virginia interactive snow map

--Indiana, Ohio, western Pennsylvania, West Virginia, western Virginia, and Kentucky interactive snow map

SOUTHERN US WIDE REGIONAL INTERACTIVE SNOW ON THE GROUND NOW MAPS
--Southwestern US interactive snow map

--South central US interactive snow map

--Southeastern US interactive snow map

ENTIRE COUNTRY INTERACTIVE SNOW ON THE GROUND NOW MAP
--Entire country interactive snow map
SNOWFALL IN THE LAST 24 LOCATIONS FOR DOZENS OF LOCATIONS
NOTE: the following link leads you to a listing of the snowfall in the last 24 hours at many stations on the first day of the current month. To update to the current day, look for "dd=1" in your browser address bar, which you will find about 3/4 of the way from the start to the finish of the long address, and change the number "1" to whatever the current day of the month it is.

--Inches of snow that have fallen in the last 24 hours for dozens of towns and uninhabited locations

SNOWFALL IN THE LAST 24 HOURS INTERACTIVE MAPS

INTERACTIVE MAPS OF SNOWFALL IN THE LAST 24 HOURS
NOTE: The maps that you will see when you click any of the links that follow are close to but not exactly up to the current hour. They show snowfall for the number of hours indicated ending about 1-7 hours before the time you are looking at them. More specifically, the period shown is the time period ending at 6 am, 12 noon, 6 pm, or 12 midnight, whichever is the most recent time.
--Western Big Snow Country: Gobegic County and Ontonagon County in MI, and Vilas and Iron Counties in WI interactive snow map

--Ontonagon, Houghton, and Baraga Counties interactive snow map

--Keweenaw County interactive snow map

--Houghton County interactive snow map

--South Range Highway 26 Corridor interactive snow map

--Ontonagon County interactive snow map

--Baraga County interactive snow map

--Marquette County interactive snow map

--Alger, Delta, and Schoolcraft Counties interactive snow map

--Luce County and Western Chippewa County interactive snow map

--Eastern Big Snow Country: Alger, Schoolcraft, Luce, Chippewa, and Mackinac Counties interactive snow map

SNOWFALL TOTALS 2011-12

SNOWFALL TOTALS 2011-12

SNOWFALL TOTALS 2010-11

SNOWFALL TOTALS 2010-11

SNOWFALL TOTALS 2009-10

SNOWFALL TOTALS 2009-10

SNOWFALL TOTALS 2008-09

SNOWFALL TOTALS 2008-09

SNOWFALL TOTALS 2007-08

SNOWFALL TOTALS 2007-08

SNOWFALL TOTALS 2006-07

SNOWFALL TOTALS 2006-07

SNOWFALL TOTALS 2005-06

SNOWFALL TOTALS 2005-06

SNOWFALL TOTALS 2004-05

SNOWFALL TOTALS 2004-05

SNOWFALL TOTALS 2003-04

SNOWFALL TOTALS 2003-04

SNOWFALL TOTALS 2002-03

SNOWFALL TOTALS 2002-03

CUMULATIVE SNOW RECORD FROM RELIABLE, MULTIPLE SOURCES

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