CoCoRaHS volunteers provide daily reports of rain, hail or snow. See the CoCoRaHS Canada page for information to to sign up. Post any questions or comments here. Use the "Reply" (do not start a new topic).
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Want to know how much snow fell?
CoCoRaHS volunteers enter their reports on-line precipitation reports every morning, every day. You can check reports on a map showing reports of measured snow or rain at this link for the New Brunswick map reports. Click on a large dot to see the report, or build your own custom report with the menus. http://data.cocorahs.org/cocorahs/maps/?country=can
How to measure snow for CoCoRaHS (and weather nets)
Those interested might find this an entertaining short animated video. There are more in the series, such as where to place your gauge, using a snowboard, and more!
Tips on how to measure snow.
Here's a great video presentation about CoCoRaHS Canada:
Why we use the rain gauge that we do with CoCoRaHS
Here's a good article about why we use a manual gauge for CoCoRaHS instead of electronic weather station data.