
 Gauge Catch
 The amount of water in the gauge measured after it is melted, measured to the nearest hundredth (0.01) of an inch, or to the nearest 0.2 millimeter and, if feasible, to the nearest 0.1 mm.
 24hour Snowfall
 The maximum depth of new snow in the past 24 hours, measured to the tenth (0.1) of an inch, or to the nearest 0.2 centimeter.
 24hour Snowfall SWE (Snow Water Equivalent)
 The amount of water measured from melting a core of snow obtained from the snow on the ground at the depth of the 24hour snowfall, measured to the nearest hundredth (0.01) of an inch, or to the nearest 0.2 millimeter and, if feasible, to the nearest 0.1 mm.
 24hour Snowfall SLR (Snow to Liquid Ratio)
 The ratio calculated by dividing the 24Hour Snowfall in inches by the 24Hour Snowfall SWE in inches. This expressed as a ratio, e.g. 12:1. This value is automatically calculated from the 24hour snowfall and 24hour Snowfall SWE values and is not editable.
 Snowpack Depth
 The total depth of new snow and old snow and ice at observation time measured to the nearest half (0.5) inch, or to the nearest centimeter.
 Snowpack SWE
 The amount of water measured from melting a core of snow obtained from a location that is equal to the Snowpack Depth, measured the nearest hundredth (0.01) of an inch, or to the nearest 0.2 millimeter and, if feasible, to the nearest 0.1 mm.
 Snowpack Density
 The percent of water in the Snowpack, calculated by dividing the Snowpack SWE by the Snowpack Depth, expressed as a decimal. This value is automatically calculated from the Snowpack Depth and Snowpack SWE values and is not editable.


